Steven Rattner, the leader of the Obama administration’s auto task force, has surfaced in the investigation of a kickback scheme at New York state’s pension fund.

In March, Henry Morris, who was the fund-raiser for former comptroller Alan Hevesi, and David Loglisci, who was the state pension fund’s top investment officer, were charged with securities fraud, bribery, money laundering and other crimes in a 123-count indictment.

NY Attorney General Andrew Cuomo charged that Loglisci accepted sham “investments” for the production by his brother of a low-budget movie, “Chooch.” And for your viewing pleasure, peHUB’s Erin Griffith has tracked down the film’s trailer.

The film review site RottenTomatoes.com called it β€œan absolute chore to sit through.” You be the judge: