Directed by Michael Moore
I have been too depressed to discuss politics lately, given the current climate in the US right now. However, I will briefly break my cranky silence and talk about Fahrenheit 9/11.
Basically, Michael Moore does his best to convince us in two hours that the Bush administration exploited the 9/11 tragedy in order to push forward their own corrupt agenda. Moore alleges that the events like the signing of the Patriot Act or the footage of the US abuse towards prisoners are all evidence of an unlawful system.
So this is a rather scary film and skillfully presented that it is hard to visualize the other side of the argument. I always take Moore's films with a grain of salt, but this truthfully shook me to my chore. I have ranted so many times in the past week that I have no more rant to give. But sometimes the fact that I am a US citizen scares me.
Easily Moore's most upsetting documentary yet. And I thought Columbine would be unbeatable.
First documentary to debut at number one at the box office.
Banned in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.