David Deschamps, Leslie D. Farrell and Bennett Singer (Deschamps and Ms Farrell are shown at left; Mr. Singer is evidently photo-shy), the movie's purpose seems to me to be two-fold: to educate citizens about the unnecessary Electoral College, which actually and officially elects our Presidents (after us citizens who bothered to vote, have done our work) or in one particular case, sits idly by as a certain guy who actually lost the just-and-fair election had to be appointed by our Supreme Court), and to highlight the increasing war on what has always been seen by most of us as our "right to vote" (even if, as the movie makes clear, this is nowhere to be found in our Constitution). The documentary features some interesting history, some charming and clever animation, and most important (for entertainment value), it stars a low-key but funny guy named Mo Rocca, shown below.
here.) We also meet some Republicans, and see why the state's Voter ID law is indeed like the new Poll Tax. Wait -- say the Republicans: If you are indigent,you can get a free ID that will enable you to vote. Oh, really? Wait till you see what the poor must do (as well as pay, first for a birth certificate, and then a notary) in order to get that "free" ID!
Francis Megahy's fine documentary, The Best Government Money Can Buy.
Netflix or Amazon, and also can be purchased on DVD.