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Dragon Eats Eagle

USA 2022
produced by
Noah Marks for Endeavor Media & Entertainment
directed by Noah Marks
starring Charlie Ferrara, Harrison Marx, Kathy Richter, Aakash Jagdale, William English, Chang Liu, Mark Gross, Noah Marks, James Battisti, Ed Altman, Brett Marks, Bruce Lipsky, Curtis St. John, Sydney Marks, Richard Masley, Davon McClinton, Amy Grabine, Kris Kraft, Craig Horsley
written by Noah Marks

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's the US-American election of 2016, and against all expectations (and with the help of serious ballot meddling), it's not Madam Evergreen (Kathy Richter) who wins but a slightly clownish realtor (Brett Marks) - so in no time at all, Madam Evergreen cooks up a plan for her chosen candidate, the slightly senile Leeroy Bishop (Richard Masley) to win in 2020 ... and that plan involves releasing a slightly deadly virus onto the world the president is bound to fail under control. And to get that virus (from China, of course) are two rather two rather insignificant low-level gouvernment agents, Ralph (Charlie Ferrara) and Tucker (Harrison Marx). Now the one thing special about Ralph and Tucker is they have lived for millenia, and will live on until they finish the board game they've started in ancient Mesopotamia. Now despite of them being next to immortal - and forever young, too - the two have made very little out of their lives, seemingly having missed out on all historic events by a bit, and having failed to leave their mark on history. But when it's found out they've brought the virus to America, and them being shown on conspiracy theory vlogger Rich Jonsie's (Noah Marks) show suddenly shines a very unfavourable light on them, so unfavourable that they're kidnapped by the goons of vice president Hoosier (Mark Gross), who wants to use them in an election-meddling scheme of his own. And then there's also a group of reactionary extremists (led by William English) who would like nothing better than to get their hands on our heroes - and a rope around their necks ...


Of course, it doesn't take exactly a genius to figure out all the film's allusions to real life American politics, but that said, Dragon Eats Eagle is not really a political movie but rather a biting satire on politics and conspiracy theories, and how these two are interwoven. And in that context, it makes perfect sense that our heroes are next to immortal, and they, in their world-weariness, are also perfect human anchors in what's basically a game of musical chairs, and them playing it straight makes the supporting characters, often broad caricatures, all the funnier. And all this results in some pretty cool and pretty hilarious entertainment.


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