Hanging with hookers hasn't been good for politicians. Consider reports about former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer and sitting Louisiana Sen. David Vitter. Well, it turns out that there's a different choice pols could have considered, and thanks to a new thriller, Deception, everybody's about to get in on the secret. Director Marcel Langenegger says his movie, out April 25, tells of real groups in major metro areas that keep lists of up to 15,000 people ready to have free, anonymous, and legal sex—a mere phone call away. "The whole thing is a parallel universe," he tells us. His movie, starring Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, and Ewan McGregor, is about a lot more than just sex, but his research found Wall Street execs and politicians on "the lists." If you haven't heard of Deception yet, here's why. Williams was slated to do the preview press but canceled everything when her ex-boyfriend, actor Heath Ledger, died.