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Documentary by the Last Angry Man
on 19 October 2004
Farenheit 9/11 is a film that covers much of the ground that Michael Moore's books like Stupid White Men and Dude, Where's My Country? have covered but also casts an eye over the events of the Iraq war and how this has changed peoples perceptions and allegiances within the USA.
Parts of the film are disturbing as it is strikingly graphic in some places showing the sort of footage that the News refuses to show and some have criticised the film for going too far in doing this while others have said he is biased. Those who are concerned about bias should be aware that Michael Moore is biased, this is a film by a man who champions the causes of those who can't be heard but does it in often outrageous and inappropriate ways and a man who does not ally himself to either of the main political parties.
This is a hard hitting undoubtably anti-Bush film about lies, deception, perceptions and changing ideas in a post 9/11 world and a tirade against a US President and a unjustified war that people feel very strongly about one way or another. Definitely a must see film though those who'd support the Republicans are unlikely to agree with much of the content and ideas.