The five surviving members of Monty Python's Flying Circus continue to contemplate their origins and successes as well as chew over its deeper significance in the final instalment of Monty Python: Almost The Truth.
Angela Bennett, a computer analyst, has her identity stolen when a top-secret computer program falls into her hands. With her records altered and a killer tracking her every move, she must search within herself for the strength and resources to fight those who want to silence her.
Beginning with the stand-offs at Ruby Ridge, Idaho and Waco, Texas, politically inspired violence plagued America throughout the 1990s. CIA headquarters in Virginia and the World Trade Centre in New York were sites of terrorist attacks. The anti-abortion group the Army of God conducted a murderous campaign that included planting a bomb at the 1996 Olympics. The Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, terrorised the nation with his lethal mailings. In the worst domestic terrorist attack to date, Timothy McVeigh killed 168 fellow Americans, including 19 children, when he bombed a federal office building in Oklahoma City. In a horrific attempt to copycat this tragedy, two Colorado high school students staged a massacre of their own on the anniversary of both Waco and Oklahoma City. And it was in 1998 that most Americans first learned of Osama bin Laden and his newly formed organisation, Al Qaeda.