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A Texas Tale of Treason (2006)

Old punks, working thespians, blue-collars, and defense contractors utilize every resource in daily life to complete the sequel to 'Repo Man' true to the DIY (Do It Yourself) philosophy and... See full summary »

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Russian News Anchor
Antonio Brazil ...
Wally / Himself
Steve Clones ...
Himself
Paul Crook ...
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Thelma / Herself
Johnny Forgotten ...
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Dad / Himself
Mike Heroux
Christa Hopson ...
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Ed Ivey ...
Jay Are / Himself
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Man Tee / Himself
Carolyn Kincaid ...
Sound Ninja / Herself
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Minister of War / Himself
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Bee a Trice / Herself
Darryl McFadden ...
Big A / Himself
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Old punks, working thespians, blue-collars, and defense contractors utilize every resource in daily life to complete the sequel to 'Repo Man' true to the DIY (Do It Yourself) philosophy and spirit of punk rock. It's a documentary on how to shoot a feature film with nothing, and how NOT to shoot a feature with nothing. A portrait of working 30-40 something punk rockers who refuse to bow to "the man". A definition of "PUNK film-making'. Venture deep into the weird as the day-jobbing cast and crew clash, fail, and triumph. Taking the reins of their own destiny, against all odds....even in the face of treason. Featuring interviews with cast and crew of "Waldo's Hawaiian Holiday". Written by Stuart Kincaid

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How I learned to HATE the bomb. The "almost making of" Waldo...

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great account of making a film
29 December 2006 | by (santa fe, new mexico) – See all my reviews

I am sligthly biased because I appear in this film but i loved it and I am only in about seven dispersed minutes and am not nearly the most interesting part of it. The film is an honest and intriguing account of a noble independent group of filmmakers trying to make a lovable movie. It is also an account of bloated expectations and fallen heros The interviews are well patched together in the editing. The different people are all interesting and there is never really too much of one person. Also, the interviews are shot in a pretty interesting fashion keeping the film visually satisfying. Definitely a worthwhile film. I hope it gets around.


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