Life can be bad, good or indifferent. It's only as you look at it.In this film life it represented by business or sales, and for sale you need the big client, in this case, the Big Kahuna. At an hotel are also three salesmen, people many of us thinks are worrying and superficial. But they go to demonstrate they are more than these: they represents three different ways of understanding sales and furthermore of seeing at life because they have different ages and experiences. The older played by Danni de Vito is tired, recently divorced and prone to drink. The younger is inexperienced, importunely religious and narrowminded. Larry, the third, played by Kevin Spacey is a dynamic experienced salesman and a close friend of the older, but he can’t do alone all the work. As the others he’s neither interested in what he sells, but he does like to sell. His product are lubricants but nobody are interested in these. The Big Kahuna, a mature man that we can suspect is also some tired of business, doesn’t carry his identity card at the convention, so he’s not recognized by the two experts as they don’t know him physically and by hazard, he coincides with the inexperienced young so, the business depends on himself but professionally he fails in driving the conversation all the evening only about Jesus. When the others know what happened, Larry explodes as the young doesn’t understand why he has done wrong. They treat to keep in mind of the young there are in life moments for spirituality and for oneself, but the convention isn’t one of these: they are here for work and sales and in not doing it, he’s not as good as he thinks of himself, but a fraud. There are, summing up, a complete study of characters, about life, about freedom of beliefs and about what, when and when not you must do your work ad when you can permit to be oneself, ad how to sell without let to be oneself. Excellent drama and actuations.