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Satrical life story of the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynsky (played by Daniel Passer), is done as a pseudo-documentary and narrated by his "brother" (Paul Provenza). It follows his life from childhood to mathematical prodigy, all as a social misfit. He tries teaching at a university, retreats to a factory job, and them to his hermitage where he develops his penchant for sending mail bombs.
Ted is an outrageous comedy about the Unabomber and his friends. Told through a "mockumentary" narrative, family members and acquaintances recount the life and times of Ted. Questions, such as how and why a genius with no social skills can seek revenge on society by sending mail bombs are probed as the film spans four decades of changes in America's social landscape. Ted is a black comedy about a human being who failed as a son, a brother, a lover and a teacher.
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