Watched Quiz Show (1994) this afternoon. It's about "an idealistic young lawyer (Rob Morrow) working for a Congressional subcommittee in the late 1950s discovers that TV quiz shows are being fixed. His investigation focusses on two contestants on the show "Twenty-One": Herbert Stempel (John Turturro), a brash working-class Jew from Queens, and Charles Van Doren (Ralph Fiennes), the patrician scion of one of America's leading literary families. Based on a true story." A good movie, especially for a lazy sundayafternoon. Note to self » rent Barton Fink as soon as possible. Coen brothers and John Turturro, what else could one want?