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South Park: Bigger, Longer, And Uncut is a motion picture based on the cartoon television series of South Park.

The basic plot deals with the four eight-year-old stars of South Park sneaking into a profanity-filled Canadian movie of Terrance and Phillip. After watching the film the boys start to swear even more than usual, and the subsequent parent and teacher outrage that ensues triggers an international crisis that eventually escalates into all out war between the United States and Canada. A sub-plot features a scheming Saddam Hussein's plot to take over the world with the assistance of his gay lover, Satan.

The film is a musical, and features six songs. The song Blame Canada was nominated for an Academy Award.

South Park: Bigger, Longer, And Uncut is allegedly the most profanity-filled movie ever produced. This is not a hard claim to prove, considering the film features a song entitled Uncle Fucka that uses the work "fuck" over 30 times. This movie angered moral conservatives not only for its heavy use of profanity, but also for the depiction of the conservatives themselves, starting a war against Canada purely because of their use of profanity.

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