A docu-drama of a future history. Telling us the story of the brave adventure of the future forefathers first steps in rebuilding "New America". This satirical story is told through various re-enactments, interviews with historians and important clips such as "Why do we celebrate Cannibalisms Day?".
This is a fun and often nonsensical movie that offers few belly laughs. Instead the humor is dry and often dark. It does this without resorting to National Lampoon's 'bad joke gone too far' typical brand of humor (read: no fart jokes or gratuitous topless babes).
In brief: Mix the absurdity of "Southland Tales" with the grit and sweat of "Six-String Samurai", toss in some "Bad Taste" bake in the Florida sun and serve on the beach. If you have not seen any of those films or hated them, you might want to pass on this film. For the rest of us comes another 'it is the end of the world, and I feel fine' kind of comedy.