Lee Atwater was an American tragedy—a white Southerner with a chip on his shoulder who'd watched his baby brother burn to death from a pot of boiling oil that fell off a kitchen counter. He went on to launch Ronald Reagan's presidential career, threw Willie Horton at Michael Dukakis, became Karl Rove's mentor, and perfected the art of doing what decent people won't to get elected. By the time he was dying of a brain tumor, he came to regret it all. But by that time, it was too late—for him, and for the country. (Keystone Church, 5019 Keystone Pl N, www.meaningfulmovies.org. 7 pm, free.)