On a special Hannity last night, Sean took an in-depth look at the new film, "District of Corruption," which examines rampant allegations of corruption and cronyism within Washington, D.C.

Hannity talked to Steve Bannon, the writer and director of the film, and Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch and executive producer of the film.

Bannon said he wanted to highlight the way in which corruption in our nation's capital has increased

in the last two decades, culminating with the Obama administration. He said be believes Washington has become an "imperial city" that is detached from the American people.

"Quite frankly I think it's shocking. You see it all together, you're shocked," said Bannon. The movie lays out scandals like the New Black Panther Party investigation, Fast and Furious, and Solyndra.

Bannon said Benghazi would be a part of the film if they hadn't finished it before the story broke. He said it's the same type of issue because the Obama administration "doesn't want the information to come out."

Fitton decried the lack of transparency displayed over the past four years by the Obama administration, pointing to Attorney General Eric Holder as the main culprit.

"It's not just about Obama, it's all the president's men. The real villain of this movie in some ways is arguably Eric Holder. His Justice Department is a locust of evil in this administration when it comes to public policy discussions," Fitton said.

Watch a clip of the film and the interview: