We're the Government -- and You're Not (2005)

  |  Short, Comedy


What if the U.S. government released a "public service film" to teach Americans today how to be good citizens? "We're the Government -- and You're Not," is a satire of just such an "... See full summary »


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Director:

David McElroy

Writer:

David McElroy

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2 February 2007 | Lia32
10
| Laughed out loud
I'm not someone who normally laughs out loud a lot even when I find something funny. But this tickled my funny bone so much that I had to let it out.

We're the Government and You're Not gives the feel of an older propaganda film, with such a serious delivery that accentuates the absurdity of government intrusion into our lives. Actually, I probably am insulting it by saying it has the feel of an actual government film. The cinematography is far superior to any government film. The production quality is impressive. And the narrator is perfect.

I don't want to say much to give away the film. Both Democrats and Republicans will find certain aspects offensive, but since when is a film made not to offend? It's fun and packs a lot of enjoyment in a short amount of time.

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