Siren is a film by real life Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore. It tells the tale of a woman trying to follow her dream of getting seen and heard, no matter the costs. It strains her marriage, puts immense pressure on her, there's a exercise montage, and a slow motion stroll through what looks to be a station casino until she's finally able to wear a corset and sing off key. This is also one giant analogy to her political career, in which she has not paid taxes, defended Cliven Bundy, said cancer is a fungus that can be treated with a saline drip, said you can prevent your own rape, co sponsored 11 pro gun bills (including one that advocated for allowing guns in foster care homes), explained racism isn't a thing anymore, and really the list goes on and on. But really, why deny the people an opportunity to see that in America, if you can't get your need for attention satiated by breaking into entertainment, you can always run for political office?
Beatrice Herrera commented
This is the trailer
For anybody to reference, the IMDb page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0449393/combined
Can't find a trailer on Youtube. Really weird.