CSA: The Confederate States of America2005
CSA: The Confederate States of America (2005)
Critic Consensus: Through the eyes of a British "documentary", this film takes a satirically humorous, and sometimes frightening, look at the history of an America where the South won the Civil War.
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as Confederate Family Dad
as Confederate Family Mom
as Confederate Family Child
as Confederate Family Slave
as Sherman Hoyle
as Barbara Johnson
as Mr. Johnson
as Colonel Bloodhound
as Blackface Abraham Lincoln
as Blackface Harriet Tubman
as Old Abraham Lincoln
as Car Guy No. 1
as Car Guy No. 2
as Varina Davis
as Jefferson Davis
as John Ambrose Fauntroy V
as British Film Producer
as Cartwright Nurse
as Cartwright Doctor
as John Broadfoot
as Ruben Weinstein
Critic Reviews for CSA: The Confederate States of America
"C.S.A." tells a counter-story of how slavery survives to the present day-and it uses traces of contemporary pop culture to show that the notion isn't really even such a stretch.
By slyly nudging both history and the language of television, this mock documentary about an America won by the Confederacy ... manages to be both shocking and strangely banal in equal measure.
The satire comes to feel strained and the whole premise gets awfully precious, reducing social subtleties to cinematic simplicities.
There are droll comic flourishes in this very brave film, to be sure, but all you really want to do after watching CSA is hang down your head and cry.
A sometimes incisive, sometimes amateurish look at race in America, the things we do and tolerate as a nation that are really no different from an America ruled by unrepentant slave-holders.
Audience Reviews for CSA: The Confederate States of America
CSA is a thought provoking and humorous look at the sheer absurdities of white-centric world views. Like Wolfe's "Colored Museum" turned on its head, this uses parody, irony and extreme situations to jolt the viewer into an uncomfortable confrontation with certain types of thought.
In this "what If" we get to see what would happen if the US was Alabama.
It was SOOOOO boring!!! But, it was an interesting concept and the way the film was put together was really unique in my opinion. I don't know if I believe the story though. That's not what I think would have happened.
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