Daniel Cross; Eric Denis; Canal D (Firm); Eyesteelfilm (Firm); Documentary Educational Resources (Firm)
|语言注释：||Contains dialog in French with English sub-titles.|
|注意：||Originally released as a film in 2006.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (72 min) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|责任：||by Eric 'Roach' Denis ; producer, Daniel Cross ; produced by EyeSteelFilm in association with Canal D.|
Roach and Starbuck, two hardcore punks from Montreal, try to form their own political party but run out of time due to Canada's electoral process. Instead, they decide to campaign for political office as independent candidates. As they hit the campaign trail in one of Canada's wealthiest communities, each wants to do it his own way. While Roach proposes to reform our rotting electoral system, Starbuck's punk rock performance art is designed to shock the electorate into waking the fuck up. Roach mounts a media campaign proposing proportional representation; Starbuck campaigns door-to-door wearing a leather cape and a dildo, telling voters: "if you like it up the ass, vote Liberal." Anarchy or Federalism - what's the true path for a punk?