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Celsius 41.11: The Temperature at Which the Brain... Begins to Die (2004)

This film attempts to correct the record when it comes to the left's attacks on President Bush, 9/11 and the war in Iraq and Kerry's 20-year tenure in the Senate.

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This film attempts to correct the record when it comes to the left's attacks on President Bush, 9/11 and the war in Iraq and Kerry's 20-year tenure in the Senate.

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The truth behind the lies of Fahrenheit 9/11

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Documentary | War

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Rated R for brief language and violent images
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22 October 2004 (USA)  »

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41.11°C (106°F) is the threshold temperature of a fever at which brain damage begins to occur. See more »

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Well made documentary. Demolishes the anti Bush myths
2 October 2004 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Lionel Chetwynd made this film in slightly over 4 weeks. The quality of the film is very high in general but even more amazing considering the time available to him. The documentary examines the question of why there are the "Anyone But Bush" voters, what motivates them and what are the myths that keep getting perpetrated. It them examines these myths and sequentially demolishes them with facts. Also examines the philosophical differences between Bush and Kerry in regard to national security. Great interviews with Fred Thompson, Michael Medved (who knew Kerry in university) and others. Well worth seeing for the political junkie or people interested in the truth about Bush.


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