When the luscious Lucille spurns his advances, beer-sodden, indigent Otis Easley decides to try to raise his status. As a self-styled Independent Communist Marxist he contests a federal election in Fredericton, aided by his drinking buddy, Cat Martin, and a six hundred dollars campaign fund. But the road ahead of him is difficult. The competition is entrenched and mean. The electorate had never seen a Communist, real or fancied. Otis must put together a dynamic team, solve thorny financial problems, forge new alliances and grab headlines to fight the good fight. He must also avoid assassination by Mad Hattie's father and, above all else, he must stay out of jail.
"Dirty Politics" contains scenes of violence, coarse language, nudity, sexual conduct, parachute jumping and other good stuff. Viewer digestion is advised.
"Ken Langdon is the poor man's Oscar Wilde."-Rich Man
"Never has a wit seemed wittier"-Inmate, National Hospital for the Cognitive Disadvantaged