Public Domain
Public Domain (2003)

A dark, wryly funny film about a game show run by smug pseudo-intellectuals that awards money to the contestant with the most pathetic life. The "contestants" are unaware they're even playing the game: the show's producers… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Comedy
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Peter Howell
Toronto Star

A movie that attempts to mock reality TV as if the fad hadn't already disintegrated into farce -- and as if The Truman Show, EDtv, Series 7: The Contenders and others never happened.

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Liz Braun
Jam! Movies

Lefcoe gets her message across through a very strong script and terrific performances.

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Scott Weinberg

A movie that oozes its contempt for Reality TV from every imaginable pore. So obviously I had a ball with it.

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Stephen Cole
Globe and Mail

Other than McKellar's bright cameo, the remaining players seem trapped in a mean, deadening satire.

Rory L. Aronsky
Film Threat

Lefcoe, throughout the 77 minutes, makes an excellent point as to where reality TV might be heading.

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Ed Gonzalez
Slant Magazine

Lefcoe's practically unwatchable film is ostensibly a critique of reality-based programming, but its muddled intent and miscalculated presentation gets at nothing.

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Jason Anderson

While not as insidious in its evisceration of TV's peeping-tom culture as My Little Eye, Lefcoe's satire still draws blood.

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