"He was a Psycho Marionette and the Devil Pulled His Strings"19 June 1999Comedy, Sci-Fi94 mins
In this dystopian-musical-comedy, corporations and self-appointed guardians of "decency" and "morality" have society in a fascist choke-hold. It's up to a rag-tag group of actors, artists, and musicians to save the world the only way they know how - through the power of - wait for it - Performance Art! Led by the legendary Existo (Bruce Arntson [musical composer, "Ernest" film franchise), his faithful sidekick Maxine (Jackie Welch, [Ernest Goes to Jail]), provocateur Marcel (Jim Varney, [Ernest, Toy Story]), and Vigo (Cooper Thornton [Parks & Recreation]) this troupe of subversive insurgents have the Religio-Capitalist Complex in their cross-hairs. But the powers-that-be know Existo's weak spot - his ravenous libido - and seek to exploit it to derail the Revolution with a secret weapon - a curly-haired corporate-pop singer named Penelope (Jenny Littleton).
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