2015 | DOCUMENTARY | 91 MIN
THE ORCHARD / PASSION RIVER
For years, the Yes Men have pulled off hilarious media hoaxes to expose corporate crimes. Now, they have hit middle age and are struggling to stay inspired in their fight against global warming. Can they regain their hope before climate catastrophe? For two decades, the Yes Men have pulled off spectacular media hoaxes to expose corporate crimes. Now, these hilarious activists are approaching middle age, struggling to stay inspired in their fight against climate change. Can they get it together before the ice caps melt?
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2003 - Special Jury Prize, Best First Film, Gay + Lesbian Film Fest Miami
2003 - Audience Award - Turin International Gay + Lesbian Film Festival
2003 - Best Feature - Boston Underground Film Festival
2003 - Rainbow Award - Honolulu Gay + Lesbian Film Festival
2002 - Grand Jury Prize, Best US Narrative Film - Outfest
"The best of the series to date. More than just another document of their antics, the documentary is an ode to a new era of activism relevant to anyone moved to take action - or questioning if it's worth their time to do so."
- IndieWire, Eric Kohn
"Co-director Nix is a crucial promotion to their filmmaking team. As Bichlbaum & Bonanno become primarily subjects once again (after co-directing "The Yes Men Fix the World" themselves), some great scenes involve an outsider's look into their friendship, ...It's a multi-layered slice of them that would fit in the same spot within a Duplass-directed indie."
- Roger Ebert.com, Nick Allen
"By allowing The Yes Men to voice the same anxieties experienced by anyone striving to remain relevant as they age, the directors have made the best Yes Men film yet."
- FILMMAKER MAGAZINE, Scott Macaulay