Big Deal is an Australian documentary film exploring the relationship between private funding of Australian political parties and decision making in Australian politics.
Thematic material includes discussions about government corruption, depictions of riots and footage of high-school students in the US running from a gunman. The film also contains stylised and comical animated depictions of a crime-scene and a man whose eye has been plucked out by a magpie.
The film contains footage of police clashing with protesters, as well as footage from a school shooting in which gunshots are heard off-screen and students are depicted screaming and running down a hallway.
The film contains a depiction of a man comically thrusting his hips into the air, as well as a depiction of man whose pants are alight in a YouTube video titled, "My sex is actually on fire."
The film contains censored use of the word “f**k”, as well as use of the words “shit”, “bitch”, "pissed off", "screwed" and "arse”.
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