The Great Hack is a documentary which, among other things, claims that SCL Group (which the now-infamous Cambridge Analytica is a subsidiary of) worked for the United National Congress (UNC) in Trinidad and Tobago and successfully helped them win the 2010 general election.
This clip from the movie is purportedly a sales pitch that Cambridge Analytica at one point used that claims they are responsible for creating a movement called "Do So" which encouraged young people not to vote. However, searching for any additional information about this now just results in articles citing the movie itself.
Was there really a movement called "Do So" that encouraged young people not to vote in the 2010 Trinidad and Tobago general election? Could this really have swayed the vote in UNC's favour, as the video claims? Is there any evidence that UNC or Cambridge Analytica had anything to do with this movement?