|Genres||Comedy Drama War|
|Cast||Greg Kirsch Renee Patrick Molly Graham William Willmott Rupert Pate Evamarii Johnson Greg Hurd Ryan L. Carroll Don Carlton Kevin McKinney Will Averill Arlo Kasper Joe Bugni Troy Moore Jennifer Coville Lauralei Linzay Brian Paulette Mark Robbins Larry Peterson|
|Plot||Set in an contemporary alternative world where the Confederate States of America managed to win the American Civil War, a British film documentary examines the history of this nation. Beginning with its conquest of the northern states, the film covers the history of this state where racial enslavement became triumphant and the nation carried sinister designs of conquest. Interspersed throughout are various TV commercials of products of a virulent racist nature as well as public service announcements promoting this tyranny. Only at the end do you learn that there is less wholly imagined material in the film than you might suspect.... see C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America on IMDb|
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|Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD:it WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. You need multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player to view it in USA/Canada: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ),Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ),Spanish ( Subtitles ),SPECIAL FEATURES: Deleted Scenes, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, Trailer(s),SYNOPSIS: Kevin Willmott's alternative American history takes the form of a British documentary, produced by the familiar-sounding British Broadcasting Service and narrated by one of those insufferable know-it-all twittering voices. The film purports to tell the history of the Confederate States of America, starting around the period of Ulysses S. Grant's famous face-to-face with Robert E. Lee. This time, though, it's Grant who surrenders to Lee, allowing the South to rise permanently again and create a parallel America that at times deviates wildly from the historical record and, at other times, bears an uncomfortable resemblance to the world we know. And so it goes: history repeats itself, this time as farce. Mr. Willmott's alternative history takes its inspiration and its rage from an America that has come both a long way and not nearly far enough. But while the filmmaker's anger is palpable it's not very inspired. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Fantasporto Awards,|
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