SummaryExplores how the rise of political correctness is stifling free speech, particularly when it comes to satire and stand-up comedy.
-- United States.
Wit and humor -- Social aspects -- United States.
Wit and humor -- Philosophy.
Popular culture -- United States.
Political correctness -- United States.
Communication and culture -- United States.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [New York, New York] :Samuel Goldwyn Films,2016
|Other Titles|| Can America take a joke?
When outrage and comedy collide
Balaker, Theodore, film producer, film director, screenwriter, editor of moving image work.
Weissmueller, Zach, screenwriter, editor of moving image work.
Pazsitzky, Christina, narrator.
Lampanelli, Lisa, interviewee.
McDonald, Heather, 1970- interviewee.
Norton, Jim, 1968- interviewee.
Gottfried, Gilbert, 1955-2022 interviewee.
Carolla, Adam, interviewee.
Jillette, Penn, interviewee.
Foster, Karith, interviewee.
DKT Liberty Project, presenter.
Korchula Productions, production company.
Reason TV (Firm), production company.
Samuel Goldwyn Films (Firm), publisher.
Narrator, Christina Pazsitzky ; interviewees, Lisa Lampanelli, Heather McDonald, Jim Norton, Gilbert Gottfried, Adam Corolla, Penn Jillette, Karith Foster.
Editors, Ted Balaker, Zach Weissmueller ; original score, Ryan Rapsys, Scott McRae ; camera, Benjamin Gaskell [and ten others].
Originally released as a documentary film in 2015.
Special feature: Theatrical trailer.
DVD; widescreen (1.78:1) presentation; digital 5.1 surround and 2.0 stereo.
1 videodisc (75 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.