An ideal husband by Oscar Wilde is about Freemasonry corrupting and then blackmailing politicians.

"You've never been poor, you don't know what ambitions are.." says the protagonist, Sir Robert Chiltern, who ends up being a corrupted politician, to the born rich aristocratic friend Lord Goring, interpreted perfectly by Rupert Everett (...) Luxury in this movie is just shining, the kind of english luxury that can tempt anyone, you too, what would you give to belong to it? The movie, like many Oscar Wilde's pieces, seems light, in reality is full with deep here