Samuel Warren Joseph's Window of Opportunity tells the story of one Roger Sizemore who seems to have it all. He is in control of a large mega-corporation and has vast wealth and holdings. He has powerful friends in Washington, D.C., and is being rumored to be the next Secretary of the Treasury. Roger's expansive appetites extend beyond money and power. While meeting with his aide de camp and the candidate for an important position in the corporation, Roger summons a couple of high-end call girls. Things get desperately out of hand, and Roger is faced with the prospect of his empire crashing down around his ears as he is confronted with potential ruin, a menacing pimp, jail time, and worse.
Window of Opportunity is a tense, darkly comic story of greed, license, and unbridled desires in the upper echelons of the corporate world. Billy Hayes directs.