Canada is one of America's staunchest and closest allies and also traditionally a generous trading partner. Our snowy-shouldered pals from the north have long supplied us with their famous bacon and esteemed hams such as John Candy, Martin Short, and Jay Leno. More recently, the greatest gift to America from what some consider to be our vast fifty-first state is singer-songwriter and multimedia genius Alanis Morissette. Alanis is blessed with a woman's wisdom crammed into a child's years and a bombshell's bust line swaying within a free-spirit's bra-free blouse. Her songs have been nothing if not revealing, routinely laying bare her most private emotions and passions with an integrity that carries through to every aspect of her performance and persona. Is it any wonder that her behind-the-scenes tour film, Alanis Morissette: We're with the Band (2004), ranks among the rawest, most real rock documents of all time?