A Convenient Truth - Deluxe Edition

A Convenient Truth - Deluxe Edition

A documentary crew follows California assemblyman, Coleman Burleson, as he presents his plan to cure the climate crisis, energy issues, unemployment, illegal immigration, obesity, our dependence on foreign oil, and more with one unprecedented solution – to hire undocumented workers to ride bicycles that generate electricity in his factory.

The Deluxe Edition also includes a deleted scene of Coleman Burleson singing "Ode to Mexico" and mp3 audio downloads of the two songs written specifically for the film:

"Ode to Mexico"
written by Dom Bagnato, recorded by Kim Boyko.
This song plays over the closing credits of A CONVENIENT TRUTH.

"Can't Stop Me Now"
written and performed by Brandywine Road.
The song plays during a montage within the film.

A Convenient Truth - Deluxe Edition

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  • A Convenient Truth

    A documentary crew follows California assemblyman, Coleman Burleson, as he presents his plan to cure the climate crisis, energy issues, unemployment, illegal immigration, obesity, our dependence on foreign oil, and more with one unprecedented solution – to hire undocumented workers to ride bicycl...

  • Coleman's Ode to Mexico - Deleted Scene 116

    This is a deleted scene that was cut for pacing. Coleman and Leonard sing "Ode to Mexico" in a hotel room while on the road for their tour.

    The song is a loving parody of Melissa Etheridge's "I Need to Wake Up", which won a Best Song Oscar.

    A full version of the song was recorded by Kim Boy...

  • Cant Stop Me Now by Brandywine Road.mp3

    2.36 MB

  • Ode To Mexico by Kim Boyko.mp3

    4.11 MB