PCU (1994)

Genres - Comedy  |   Sub-Genres - Political Satire, Satire  |   Release Date - Apr 29, 1994 (USA)  |   Run Time - 80 min.  |   Countries - United States   |   MPAA Rating - PG13
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Synopsis by Sandra Brennan

Is it possible to be politically correct and unified? Find out in this satire set on a fictional eastern university. Port Chester University espouses pc thinking. From the Womynists to the Republicans, everyone there is involved in a cause; many of them are militant. So involved are they, that there is no time to go to class. Much of the story focuses upon residents of the Pit, a co-ed dorm devoted to anarchy and anti-pc philosophy. They are led by Droz. All of the other groups loathe the Pit dwellers, and wish to close it down. President Garcia-Walker is also unpopular for her unbending uptight demeanor. The film's highlight is a giant party featuring the musical stylings of George S. Clinton and Funkadelic.

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dormitory, anarchy, college, militant, politically-correct, slice-of-life, university