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Fubar: Gods of Blunder

Rating:R (for language including sexual dialogue)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2002
Running time:77 minutes
Cast:Paul Spence, Dave Lawrence, Gordon Skilling, Tracey Lawrence, Sage Lawrence
Director:Michael Dowse
Producer:Michael Dowse, Dave Lawrence, Paul Spence
Writer:Michael Dowse, Dave Lawrence, Paul Spence

Description: Two young men ponder life, death, cheap beer, and the guitar stylings of Angus Young in this mock-documentary-comedy. Dean (Paul Spence) and Terry (Dave Lawrence) are a pair of Canadian metalheads who have devoted their lives to the manly arts of drinking beer, appreciating the finer points of heavy metal, and breaking stuff. Filmmaker Farrell (Gordon Skilling) has been trailing the pair with a camera crew in order to produce a documentary on their lives, and while initially there isn't much about Dean and Terry's existence that seems at all interesting, it looks like he may have hit pay dirt when Dean discovers he has cancer, and a possible tragic death looms on the horizon. FUBAR was the first feature film from writer and director Michael Dowse; the film was screened in competition at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival.~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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