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Written by Frank Ochieng on November 2, 2015

There have been considerable political films throughout the years that have shrewdly exposed the cutthroat game of politics and the sharp satire was immensely felt without question. In satirizing the underbelly of deceptive politicking—whether domestic or foreign—there has to be a strong sense of cynicism and truth with caustic humor as the foundation for the perceptive microscope examining the outlandishness. There can only be a certain elite class of films that demonstrate such penetration and probing into the political spectrum of strident skepticism. After all, not many pundit pictures in... read the rest.

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Written by Reno on September 29, 2016

Campaigners, candidates and the citizens, everybody on the streets of Bolivia.

The film was okay, but you have already seen it. This is the same old story where in America, the presidential running candidates do everything they can to win the precious votes, but here it takes place in a different country. Not bad actually, but disappointment is the American influence. Now I tell the truth that it was inspired by the real event. There's already a documentary film made, but now they altered it little and made a political-comedy.

The two campaign runners from the United States goes to Bo... read the rest.

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