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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Sell Revolution at this new film: AMERICA: FREEDOM TO FASCISM

Make plans to catch this movie & sell Revolution when it opens July 28th:


"FOUR STARS (Highest Rating). The scariest goddamn film you'll see
this year. It will leave you staggering out of the theatre,
slack-jawed and trembling. Makes 'Fahrenheit 9/11' look like 'Bambi.'
After watching this movie, your comfy, secure notions about America
-- and about what it means to be an American -- will be forever
shattered. Producer/director Aaron Russo and the folks at Cinema
Libre Studio deserve to be heralded as heroes of a post-modern New
American Revolution. This is shocking stuff. You'll be angry, you'll
be disgusted, but you may actually break out in a cold sweat and feel
a sickness deep in your gut; I would advise movie theatre managers to
hand out vomit bags. You may end up needing one."
--- Todd David Schwartz, CBS

The new trailer:

Cannes Premiere Gets Standing Ovation


To Open Across America July 28

CANNES, FRANCE - Aaron Russo's incendiary political documentary which
exposes many of the governmental organizations and entities that have
abridged the freedoms of U.S. citizens had its international premiere
at Cannes and won a standing ovation. The event, which was held on
the beach and filled to capacity, was open to the public and drew a
crowd of people who stood along the boardwalk to watch the film.

Through interviews with U.S. Congressmen, as well the former IRS
Commissioner, former IRS and FBI agents, tax attorneys and authors,
Russo proves conclusively that there is no law requiring citizens to
pay a direct tax on their labor. His film connects the dots between
money creation, federal income tax, voter fraud, the national
identity card (which becomes law in May 2008) and the implementation
of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to track
citizens. Neither left nor right-wing in perspective, the film
concludes that the U.S. government is taking on the characteristics
of a police state. Doc will open on multiple screens in cities across
the U.S. beginning July 28.

The international audience at Cannes as well as the European media
has been fascinated by Russo's fiery diatribe against the direction
America is heading. The discussion that followed the preview lasted
for thirty minutes. Actor Nick Nolte, in Cannes for the premiere of
"Over The Hedge," joined Russo during the event. "The information in
this film is something everybody has to know", said Nolte, who was
the lead actor in "Teachers," a film produced by Russo.

Russo, who is best known as the producer of feature films including
"The Rose" with Bette Midler and "Trading Places" with Eddie Murphy
and Dan Aykroyd, wrote, produced, and directed the doc. "I am
disgusted by the direction America was heading," says Russo. "I made
this movie because I want to live in a free country and I want my
kids and grandkids to live in a free country. The American people
must abandon the myth that America is still the land of liberty that
it once was."

Russo's doc already has a tremendous grass root groundswell behind
it. The film has previewed in over twenty-five cities with sold out
theatres and standing ovations. The website,
has been had over five hundred thousand (500,000) streams of the
video trailer. Additionally, through the website and from grassroots
screenings, over $100,000 in non-deductible donations has been
collected to help with the theatrical release.


The Freedom To Fascism web site:

Outstanding Aaron Russo interview about his new movie, Freedom to Fascism:
(due to high traffic, you may have to try several times)


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