This lively satire uses animation and a pseudo-documentary style to depict Canada's search for a national identity. The National Scream explains, amongst other elements of Canadiana, how and why the beaver became the country's symbol.
Some of you may not realize it, but this is sarcasm. The truth about the tragic events of 9/11 are starting to surface. More and more people everyday are beginning to question the "official" version of the events that day, which we were force-fed by the media. 9/11 was a false flag inside job designed to create panic in order to pass unconstitutional perversions such as the Patriot Act and the basis for two illegal wars.
War vet Tyler has had enough and finally deals with all of the rude party guests.
This is an interesting social commentary on how brave men and women are off fighting a war and sacrificing themselves for a cause (whether just or not) while the rest of society which allowed them to be sent off to war in the first place sits around, parties, and farts in their general direction. Shame on us all and our shameless self-indulgence... get up and do something to end pointless wars now!
Starring Bryan Cranston Featuring: David Neher, John McKinney & Jennie Pierson. Written by David Neher Directed/Edited by Osmany Rodriguez & Matt Villines Produced by Mike Farah Cinematography by Kevin Atkinson Production Design by Rachel Ferrara Production Coordinators: Sean Boyle & Michelle Fox 1st A.C. Kevin Porto Gaffers: Jay Guffey and Champ Kind P.A.: Matt Mazany Party People: Donald Monroe Joseph Garcia Peter Lazarus Matt Flowers Marisa Pinson Becky Feldman Jacob Reed Bob Turton Deborah Tarica Jason Horton Zdenka Kalina Solly Duran Jay Martin Joan Hawley Ryan Bailey