Debbie Georgatos doesn't release "campaign ads" in her quest for the leadership of Dallas County's Republican party. She releases films. Epic two-minuters that challenge our very perceptions of reality, with images: Little elephants flopping around while being blasted with hoses, Charlie Chaplin's surreal critiques of Fordist industrialism, wormholes and super-massive black holes, shattered Detroit buildings from Hell. All of this, and all backed by her meditations on Dallas County becoming a "super-massive blue hole," sans Republicans, until the end of time. This is basically Terrence Malick's new movie.