Buried on Sunday (1992)
When a Canadian Atlantic coast fishing village is threatened with the loss of all of its fishing rights, local reverend (and mayor) Augustus Knickel finds a way to fight back. Relying on an obscure clause in an ancient treaty, he declares the village as an independent republic! He also finds a way to back up those words: by buying an abandoned Russian nuclear submarine from the most senior officer still aboard (namely, the cook.)- Written by Bob Rosen <email@example.com>
A fishing village responds to government cutbacks by declaring independence and uses the arsenal of a Soviet missile sub to back it up.- Written by Kenneth Chisholm
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