In a distant nation, even foreign to those within, an oppressed factory worker embarks on a perilous odyssey to find his polka idol and prove himself to his long-lost love.

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David Stefanyshyn ...
Provar Parpüpoff
Art Gillies ...
Marty Shuya
Roseanne Perigny ...
Pheet
John Paul Hickie ...
Bünt
Adam Budd ...
Metro
Naomi Palmer ...
Old Baba
Gordon Partridge ...
The Farmer
Dennis Leugner ...
Stalin Fortimesky
Quinton Lucyk ...
Young Provar
Terry Tzupa ...
Mr. Chuvaty
Brandon-Shea Mutala ...
The Doonya
Mike James ...
Marty Shuya (voice)
Lisa Kryklywicz ...
Pheet (voice)
Jason Shabatoski ...
Bünt (voice)
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Metro (voice)
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Shuya Show (2009) is a light-hearted satire that follows oppressed factory worker, Provar Parpüpoff, on his quest to find his polka hero, Marty Shuya. A liar in love, Provar must escort (by any means possible) the musical legend to his school reunion in order to impress his long-lost crush, Pheet. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Comedy

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7 March 2009 (USA)  »

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CAD 16,500 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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Rather than keep his moustache for the nine months that the film was in production, David Stefanyshyn regrew it as needed for filming. See more »

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