The gory details of the 2000 election results frenzy are portrayed in this documentary, giving the viewer more details that have been divulged since. The story has shamefully been forgotten since 2000, prehaps because of subsequent events, but should be brought to the forefront as we near election time once again.
I saw this documentary in a movie theatre and hope that it will make its way to television at some point (which I believe it may have made it to the Sundance Channel). It is an important story to tell, and it is almost lost in the overwhelming amount of news since the election. An important and insightful side to this movie would be Greg Palast's (who is featured in the film) book "The Best Democracy Money Can Buy", which has a section on the events described in the film.
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