Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke

In the film, Luther Campbell, the former 2 Live Crew frontman and recent Miami mayoral candidate, revolutionizes hip-hop, fights for first amendment rights, and launches Miami into a golden era as mayor. A working cut of the film screened last April at the 2011 Borscht Film Festival at the Arsht Center’s packed Knight Concert Hall.

The film’s narrative peaks when South Florida’s Turkey Point nuclear plant explodes, turning Miami into a radioactive wasteland. Uncle Luke must use his booty bass powers to save the city using old-fashioned methods of repopulation.

Straight from the Huffington Post. This shit will be shown at Sundance 2012.

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