Actor-screenwriter Tim Burns turned his hand to directing in this 1981 political drama. It concerns the nightmarish endeavors of a revolutionary (or is he a terrorist?) to make some cracks in the rulership of a 1984-type dystopia (the opposite of utopia). As this somewhat experimental film opens, a man known only as Ray Unit (Michael Callahan) is exploding a smoke bomb at an Anzac Day celebration. The film and its story play with political stereotypes and show some innovative spirit, without offering any startling new insights.
~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide