Chop Chop Chang: Operation C.H.I.M.P
Chop Chop Chang: Operation “C.H.I.M.P” is a 2018 comedy-mockumentary film written and directed by Jack Bils. Set during the cold war, it depicts the life of a world famous circus chimpanzee named "Chop Chop Chang" who is secretly trained into a deadly CIA assassin as part of the top secret government program "Operation C.H.I.M.P".
The film makes reference to several conspiracy theories surrounding CIA operations of the 1960s, including Project MK Ultra mind control and manchurian candidate programs, as well as the CIA’s involvement in assassination attempts on political figures such as Fidel Castro and JFK.
It is loosely based on the real life of HAM the Astrochimp and was released in the United States in May of 2018.
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