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The documentary film-maker voiced his opinions at a press conference ahead of the release Where To Invade Next.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of the release of his documentary Where To Invade Next, Us director Michael Moore has expressed surprise at the prospect of Britain exiting the European Union as a result of the forthcoming referendum.
“It’s not my place to tell you what you should do, but as an outsider I can say ‘Why would you do this?’, Europe exists today in a large part because of you, the UK, you sacrificed and suffered in the 1930s and 40s to save Europe, why would you want to leave?,” he said.
Where To Invade Next, which sees Moore travelling across Europe searching for positive lessons that the Us can learn from other nations, is being released in the UK by Dogwoof tomorrow (June 10) and opens Sheffield Doc/Fest this weekend.
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We’re now past the halfway point on season 6, and it’s fair to say Game of Thrones mania has gripped the TV nation. Whether you’re walking on eggshells in fear of spoilers or gobbling up each and every tidbit that is released for HBO’s political flagship, not a day goes by where there isn’t some form of nugget to digest and sure enough, the network has premiered the first photos for this week’s episode, “The Broken Man.”
Pegged to premiere on Sunday, June 5, the series of stills arrive off the back of the official, 30-second preview, teeing up a defining meeting between Jaime Lannister and the Blackfish, along with a troubling development for The High Sparrow in King’s Landing.
Across the Narrow Sea, Arya Stark (sorry, No One) is hatching a plan, and there’s a neat shot of our »
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