An ugly man rises to power with the benefit of a handsome looking lump on his head.

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George is a complete social outcast. One day he notices a lump on his head, which the doctor pronounces benign; the next day, it becomes a second head, much better looking; he hides his real head, and suddenly becomes much more popular. George becomes a politician, on a "save the snails" platform; he gets recruited as an empty suit for some evil advisors and is swept into office. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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For all the Georges out there! General McMacho rules!
3 January 2003 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Poor George is ugly and unattractive. He even scares pigeons away! By Jove, his only job is to be a model for a gargoyle sculptor! And when he's still a kid, he finds his mother in the arms of another kid! But, one day, a lump appears on his head. The lump becomes a second head, a beautiful one. With this new look, his life changes overnight. He becomes a successful politician. But his colleagues are corrupted and their actions are enticing the people to do the revolution. Poor George is sentenced to death by guillotine. But guess what! He's got a second head, his old one. And he goes back to being the ugly George that he was before. Interesting animation with those heads that appear to be taken from a magazine. The song is funny and well chosen.

Seen in Sudbury, on December 31st, 2002. And twice again, at home, in Toronto, on December 31st, 2004.

83/100 (***)


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