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Citizen Tania (1989)

| Crime, Drama
The Symbionese Liberation Army kidnaps Patty Hearst, but Patty is all-too-willing to join them, in this strange docudrama by renowned artist Raymond Pettibon.

Directors:

David Markey (as Dave Markey), Raymond Pettibon
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shannon Smith Shannon Smith ... Patty Hearst
Pat Smear ... Cinque (as Pat Ruthensmear)
David Markey David Markey ... Teko (as Dave Markey)
Jennifer Schwartz Jennifer Schwartz ... Yolanda
Dez Cadena Dez Cadena ... Cujo
Gigi Doe Gigi Doe ... Mizmoon (as Gigi)
Tuesday Deneuve Tuesday Deneuve ... Fahizah
Stephanie Silk Stephanie Silk ... Zoya
Mark Hendershot Mark Hendershot ... Wigwam
Jordan Schwartz Jordan Schwartz ... Barry Swindelberg
Junebug Soiree Junebug Soiree ... Neecee Hearst
Nelson Tarpenny Nelson Tarpenny ... Bud Hearst
Joe Cole Joe Cole ... Steven Weed
Raymond Pettibon Raymond Pettibon ... Harry Con (as Lance Pettibon)
Dan Clark Dan Clark ... Prickle
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The Symbionese Liberation Army kidnaps Patty Hearst, but Patty is all-too-willing to join them, in this strange docudrama by renowned artist Raymond Pettibon. Written by Joel Rane <jsmog@earthlink.net>

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'Patty?' Now what kind of half-ass name is that for a TV star? Call me 'Tania' now

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Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Hermosa Beach, California, USA See more »

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Mono

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Color
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Spoofs Patty Hearst (1988) See more »

Soundtracks

The Ballad of Patty Hearst
Lyrics by Raymond Pettibon
Music by 'Pat Smear' (as Pat Ruthensmear)
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"We do not need showers we have M16s" .....

Hilarious spoof based on the Patty Hearst story replete with apt lingo from the period with mockery weaved in at every level ... it has a lot of sexual stereotypes of the times popping up at every turn ... a sort of deadpan delivery throughout well in keeping with the story at hand. The production is extremely lo-fi image looks as if it was shot on handheld video cameras and more than likely was ... The humour and relevance of the tale can really only be got if one is aware of the "true" facts of The Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) but might possibly be relevant to a viewer who is not and yet knows about The Weathermen the German RAF and all these 70s radical-left groups which took up armed struggle ... The piece is comedy tho and really witty throughout highly recommended ...


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