The Will To Provoke: An Account Of Fantastic Schemes For Initiating Social Improvements Trailer

The Will To Provoke: An Account Of Fantastic Schemes For Initiating Social Improvements Trailer (1989)

27 February 1989 Factual 45 mins

The 1988 European tour of Survival Research Laboratories, with shows in Amsterdam and Copenhagen. SRL ferrets out and gleefully satirizes assorted icons of cultural pride in two of Europes more allegedly libertarian democracies.

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