David Mould knows his enemy well and gives the duck hunting community a well honed working over.
Its duck hunting season in Victoria and David Mould is ready for war. Mould discusses the trials and tribulations one must go through being
on the front-lines of a heated animal rights protest. As a veteran duck rescuer, Mould tells funny anecdotes of being in witty bouts of insult hurling with duck shooters on the marshes, as well as the odd physical altercation. David Mould knows his enemy well and gives the duck hunting community a well honed working over. He constructs an absurd profile of the duck hunter, referring to them as 'unintelligible Rambo rejects' with a need to over compensate and assert their masculinity by shooting defenseless birds. This show is part comedy, but it seems more of a lighthearted and humorously presented social justice review. Mould gives informative insight into an issue that has somewhat faded from the forefront of the Victorian media and the social conciseness of many. It's not a show that will have you rolling in the aisles. Mould defiantly knows his audience demographic and those with a keen hunger for animal rights issues will defiantly enjoy this low-fi comedic approach to wildlife activism.