The HBO original feature WHITE MILE cleverly marries the man-against-the-elements drama of DELIVERANCE with the unprincipled ambition of the go-go '80s as satirized in WALL STREET and GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS. Based on a true story, the central conceit plays out perfectly, as arrogant
corporate warriors are humbled by the forces of nature on a mandatory company-sponsored wilderness weekend. Only the two-part structure, which relegates the last half to courtroom drama, undercuts the tension.
Seeking to boost the morale and warrior spirit of his corporate minions, advertising honcho Dan Cotler (Alan Alda) rallies his troops for a weekend in the wild, which they will ...