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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 ... Himself
... Thelma / Herself
Johnny Forgotten ... Himself
Phil Harrington ... Dad / Himself
Mike Heroux
Christa Hopson ... Herself
Ed Ivey ... Jay Are / Himself
... Man Tee / Himself
Carolyn Kincaid ... Sound Ninja / Herself
Stuart Kincaid ... Minister of War / Himself
... 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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Enjoyable well made film!
2 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

I found this to be an entertaining account of the challenges an independent film maker might encounter (something I never even thought about). The film managed to keep my interest the entire time and I actually laughed out loud more than once! I'm not a film maker so I know nothing about the technology but I though it was well edited and flowed smoothly telling the story. As a disclaimer, I contributed to this effort after the fact providing music for the soundtrack but I was not involved in the creation of this film and I could not tell you a thing about Repo Man except that I remembered seeing it way back when (I'm not really a sci-fi fiend). I enjoyed the comparisons the film made of punk rock file making to punk rock music. My wife went with me to see the film and she did not know a thing about it before hand and we had a great time.


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