Just saw the 2nd of four installments.
It basically chronicles how Giuliani went from being an immensely popular U.S. Attorney... taking on the mob and Wall Street corrupt sleazebags... to finally winning the election for NYC mayor and letting his ego shit all over at least half of his constituents. It portrays him as an egotistical person who likes to surround himself with "yes-men." Hmm...
sounds eerily familiar with a bit of foreshadowing involved. Anyway... he throws himself into solving NYC's crime problem... only to become obsessed with the numbers and neglect the human factor involved. It doesn't help when you dismiss counsel from others who might just know a little more than you. But again... that's the M.O. for a couple of high-profile New Yorkers I can immediately think of.
The next episode will cover 9/11. Can't wait to see it.