Death of a president [videorecording] / Film Four presents a Borough Films production ; written by Gabriel Range with Simon Finch ; directed by Gabriel Range.
[S.l.] : Front Row Filmed Entertainment, 
1 videodisc (93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
A raging crowd of protesters are waiting for President George W. Bush's procession. As the President gives a patriotic speech inside a hotel, the demonstrators' fury increases to the breaking point. The tension mounts until the horrible instant where the President is assassinated. Following the assassination, the FBI hunts for the assassin. All the suspects are interviewed and released except one, the Syrian man who is convicted and put on death row. There is circumstantial evidence against him, but is he really guilty of the crime? Or does his being Middle Eastern provide a convenient excuse to label the death of the President as an Act of Terror?