This lively satire uses animation and a pseudo-documentary style to depict Canada's search for a national identity. The National Scream explains, amongst other elements of Canadiana, how and why the beaver became the country's symbol.
Positively delightful. While funny, it's much deeper. An uplifting message about common purpose being more important than symbols, and how being able to laugh at ourselves is symbolic of a spirit of large-mindedness that makes a people great.