Fletch (1985) - the cult American comedy from director Michael Ritchie, who shot The Almost Perfect Romance and The Bears of the Bears. In the role of the protagonist - the ironic comedian Chevy Chase. The actor himself spoke of the character he created as a "insolent guy." And he added that everyone at his age would like to be as resourceful and also do not care about the opinions of others. The picture was a great success in the United States, thanks to the humor, irony and veracity of the display of reporter's everyday life. Irwin "Fletch" Fletcher is a reporter leading investigative journalism. Starting to write an article on drug trafficking on the beaches of Los Angeles, he decides to pretend to be a drug addict. But events take a strange turn. Having accepted Fletch as a homeless person, the vice president of a large company, Alex Stenwick, addresses him with an incredible offer. Stenvik offers 50 thousand dollars for his own murder, furnished as a robbery. And from that moment the reporter begins a series of crazy adventures with disguises, shootouts, chases, blackmail and, of course, an abyss of humor. A real reporter who got into trouble, cannot do without humor.