Produced by the award winning director Spike Lee, C.S.A. is a wickedly clever 'mockumentary' that attempts to show what life in America may have been like if the South had won the civil war. The film is peppered with fake adverts, together with some that are rooted in reality and manages to be satirically humorous as well as genuinely thought provoking.
With it's close-to-the-bone political satire, C.S.A. will appeal to fans of comedians such as Chris Morris and Mark Thomas. This is a fascinating piece of film-making that challenges our attitudes about race with real effectiveness.