Written and directed by Kevin Willmott, this 2004 mockumentary imagines a parallel universe in which the Confederacy triumphed, Lincoln died in exile in Canada, and the new southern nation built an agricultural empire in Central and South America that colluded with Hitler during World War II. Logical gaps abound (how did the CSA become an industrial power after laying waste the northern cities?), and Willmott's historical extrapolations are on the wacky side (JFK is still elected president, but his secret plan to free the slaves gets him assassinated). In a novel twist, the movie's dumbest element—joke commercials for racist consumer products—turns out to be the most provocative when end titles reveal the products were all real. 89 min.
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