Sciafani gives his perception on the film, “This is Citizen Kane meets Private Parts, where you have a man who always had trouble relating to people in the outside world, but does it effortlessly in the booth.” He also adds that Limbaugh was the “proverbial fat kid” always ignored in school, “There’s this anecdote about a game of spin the bottle in high school. The bottle pointed at him, and the pretty girl who was supposed to kiss him ran away, and that stayed with him. When he came up in radio, he was culturally opposed to everything happening in the 60s and 70s, and all this left him with something to prove. He is an underdog, and became an extremely determined person with something to prove.” – JoBlo
I think it’s pretty understood that Rush’s “Rosebud” would be an “Eva” or “Margarita”.
Despite the fact that I’m not a fan of the guy, I could definitely see this being an interesting film.