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Democracy at Work (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2 November 2012 (USA)
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A clumsy local political campaign fights to avoid damage from an enigmatic Internet rumor spread about their candidate 5 days before the election.


Wasko Khouri


Wasko Khouri





Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Scovotti ... Ted Float
Sean Spence ... Steven Mime
Marty Lodge Marty Lodge ... Dr. Mike
Toks Olagundoye ... Meghan Oliver
Matt Jones Matt Jones ... Adrian Bluoff
Ed Refuerzo ... Hector
Alex Knudsen ... The Photographer
Bruno Oliver ... Travis
Meredith Thomas ... Jill Kirk
Debbie Kagy Debbie Kagy ... Tiffany
Christian Levatino ... The Fixer
Kyle Steven Templin ... Tom Stern
Sasha Carrera ... Marilyn
Ericka Kreutz ... Cindy Doolan
Anastasia Savko Anastasia Savko ... Photographer's Assistant


A clumsy local political campaign fights to avoid damage from an enigmatic Internet rumor spread about their candidate 5 days before the election.

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A film about politics... So yeah, it's a comedy.




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2 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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The first scene shot in the movie was scene 3, the very opening movie. The last scene shot in the movie was scene 4, the very next scene. See more »


Meghan Oliver: [talking about the rumor] Well, often these things fall into one of three categories: financial, sexual or other. Now, we hope for 'other', which could be easily deflected. Unless it somehow relates to illegal labor, or, dare I say, drug use. At that point I'd rather tackle 'sexual', unless it's like deviant with children or something. I guess in that instance 'financial' would be best. Of course barring any Madoff or TARP issues. Truthfully, in these situations, the best thing you can do is ...
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This is a Waste of Time
9 December 2013 | by VanBooterSee all my reviews

Well looking at IMDb that's the impression I got. However I went against common sense and got hold of a copy and guess what?, it's not a bad little movie.

The acting was good, especially Marty Lodge who played Dr Mike, and Sean Spence who played Steven Mime the ever so nice radio host who was feeling the pressure to become a "Rock Jock" and improve on ratings. Toks Olagundoye what can you say other than.... ummmm The script was OK although with no surprises in store, and I did laugh a few times which for an American comedy is a good sign with my weird sense of humour.

I did read this had very little screening which probably accounts for the lack of interest, but if you are suffering negative thoughts because the storyline mentions "political" then don't let that put you off.

My only criticism is the choice of shooting in Black and White, but that applies to any film. I know the reasons film makers offer for it's defense, but personally I find it distracting, and I just couldn't see any reason for using it in this film other than for cheapness.

So all things considered I rate it 6/10 I was pleasantly surprised.

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