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Upcoming 'Civil War' Movie Shows Secession Movement And US President Bombing American Citizens |

The upcoming Civil War film will premiere in March at the South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas. The film stars Hollywood actors Kirsten Dunst and Nick Offerman, who played anti-government patriot “Ron Swanson” in the comedy Parks and Recreation. In a departure from the spirit of Ron Swanson, Offerman's character in the film is the President of the United States and is waging a military war against the so-called “Western Forces” who secede from the Union.

In an unlikely turn of events, the states of Texas and California have joined forces against the US government in the film. The film has a budget of $50 million and is being distributed by the Manhattan-based film company A24, responsible for the previous artistic successes Uncut Gems, The Witch and the film AI-lady-coes to life Ex Machina, which was also directed. by Civil War director Alex Garland.

Given the film industry's well-documented practice of “predictive programming” (making audiences aware of concepts and talking points before those concepts become real-world events), it's disturbing to see the portrayal of a president of the United States bombing Americans, and it is particularly disturbing to see an actor who played a well-loved conservative character on television portray the face of a government at war with its own people.


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