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Gnarr

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2010
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90 min
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Gnarr, On Demand Movie, Special Interest

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Plot: From Focus Features, the premiere global brand in original and daring cinema, comes Focus World. Charged with finding the most exciting voices in international and independent film, Focus World is proud to bring you Gnarr, the hilarious true story of the comedian who ran for the mayor of Iceland’s largest city. With Iceland falling on hard times, Jon Gnarr decided to invent a new political party - the subtly named "Best Party" - and run for office in order to mock the squabbling left and right. With a campaign that included mandatory viewings of HBO’s "The Wire" for all politicians, free towels at public pools, and a "drug-free parliament by 2020," Gnarr soon found himself with unexpected political momentum, and realized that against all odds - he just might win.
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