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Michael Moore's view on what happened to the United States after September 11; and how the Bush Administration allegedly used the tragic event to push forward its agenda for unjust wars in... See more »

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Directed by

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Michael Moore

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Michael Moore ... (written by)

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Jim Czarnecki ... producer
Rita Dagher ... associate producer
Carl Deal ... archival producer / field producer
Joanne Doroshow ... associate producer
Kurt Engfehr ... co-producer
Jeff Gibbs ... co-producer
Kathleen Glynn ... producer
Monica Hampton ... line producer
Nicky Lazar ... field producer
Tia Lessin ... supervising producer
Jay Martel ... consulting producer
Agnès Mentre ... executive producer (as Agnes Mentre)
Anne Moore ... associate producer
Michael Moore ... producer
Rachelle Murway ... online producer
Meghan O'Hara ... field producer
Bob Weinstein ... executive producer
Harvey Weinstein ... executive producer

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Jeff Gibbs

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Kurt Engfehr
Woody Richman ... (as T. Woody Richman)
Chris Seward ... (as Christopher Seward)

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Faith Astrada ... additional intermediate editor
Francisco Bello ... assistant editor
Rebecca Richman Cohen ... first assistant editor
Kelley Cribben ... post-production coordinator
David Feinberg ... assistant editor (as David L. Feinberg)
Dasaw Floyd ... assistant editor
Becky Goldberg ... assistant editor
Craig Gordon ... digital intermediate editor
Luis Ortiz Guillen ... assistant editor (as Luis Alberto Ortiz)
Terry Haggar ... color timer
Walt Lefler ... digital colorist (as Walter Lefler)
Rob Mead ... assistant on-line editor (as Robert Mead III)
Robert Mead ... on-line assistant editor
Mike Nuget ... on-line assistant editor
Bangbay Siboliban ... apprentice editor
David S. Tung ... conforming editor
Joe Violante ... laboratory supervisor
Margarita Jimeno ... editorial assistant (uncredited)
Dan Maloney ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Jeff Smithwick ... film timer (uncredited)
Harold Lee Yen ... assistant editor (uncredited)

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Dina Varano ... (uncredited)

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Monica Hampton ... post-production supervisor (uncredited)

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Bernardo Loyola ... graphics

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Gautam Choudhury ... additional sound (as Gautam K. Choudhury)
Scott Guitteau ... sound editor (as Scot Guitteau)
Bradford L. Hohle ... consultant: Dolby
Francisco La Torre ... sound (as Francisco Latorre)
Charles Miller ... additional sound
Gary Rizzo ... re-recording mixer & supervising sound editor (as Gary A. Rizzo)
Paul Rusnak ... additional sound
John Countryman ... digital transfer (uncredited)
Sean England ... digital archivist (uncredited)
James David Redding III ... sound technician (uncredited)

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Vico Sharabani ... Inferno artist
John R. Starace ... Inferno artist
Nani Sahra Walker ... digital artist (uncredited)

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Andrew Black ... additional camera operator
Mike Desjarlais ... camera operator
Nadia Hallgren ... additional camera operator
Kirsten Johnson ... additional camera operator
Tom Kaufman ... additional camera operator
Jason Pollock ... additional camera operator
William Rexer ... additional camera operator (as WIlliam Rexer II)
William Turnley ... additional camera operator
Urban Hamid ... cinematographer: additional footage (uncredited)

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Harold Moss ... graphics and animation: Flickerlab
Zartosht Soltani ... animation art director (uncredited)
Nani Sahra Walker ... assistant animator (uncredited)

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Suzanne Coffman ... music clearances
Mark Fay ... song recordist: "Ice Cream Truck #5"
Melinda Simon ... song recordist: "Ice Cream Truck #5"
Brian Godshall ... music licensing (uncredited)

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Robyn Alcock ... production coordinator
Blake Ashman ... production assistant
Juan Azize ... production accountant
Crystal Bahmaie ... production assistant
Nathaniel Bates ... production assistant
Joe Beirne ... technical supervisor
Devereux Chatillon ... fact checker / legal counsel
Eli Chessen ... production assistant
Isabella Chung ... intern
Christina Colby ... production accountant
Pete Conlin ... avid technical support
Kesshann Cortez ... production assistant
Salimah El-Amin ... archival researcher
Geoff Ernst ... production assistant
Christine Fall ... assistant: Dog Eat Dog Films
Brendan Fitzgibbons ... intern
Derek Fludzinski ... production assistant
Neil Girardi ... avid technical support
George Gittoes ... footage: "Soundtrack to War" courtesy of
Dan Gregor ... production assistant (as Daniel Gregor)
Nadia Hallgren ... key production assistant
Daniel Hancox ... intern
Charles Herzfeld ... laboratory coordinator
Carrie Holecek ... digital film project manager
Andrew Hurwitz ... legal counsel
Lewanne Jones ... archival researcher
Jason Kitchen ... intern
R.A. LeFande ... photographs courtesy of (as R.A. Lefande)
Mark R. Lindsay ... sales representative (as Mark Lindsay)
Lila Lipscomb ... photographs courtesy of
Bernardo Loyola ... title designer
Marie Luna ... production assistant
Carolyn Rossip Malcolm ... production accountant
Daniel Maldonado ... production assistant
Elizabeth Marcus ... production assistant
Donald McCloskey ... production assistant (as Don McCloskey)
Lauren Molewski ... photographs courtesy of: Retna Ltd.
Leilani Montes ... intern
Huttemberg Nassar ... key production assistant
Khaliah Neal ... intern (as Khaliah Jackson)
Sue Nelson ... intern
Julia Nessling-Douglas ... digital film project manager (as Julia Douglas)
Tim O'Shea ... intern
Stephanie Palumbo ... key production assistant
Ernst Peters ... photographs courtesy of: The ledger
Deborah Petriken ... photographs courtesy of
Jason Pollock ... assistant to director
Michael Pollock ... intern
J. Robb ... production assistant
Leanne Rock ... production accountant
Mike Rogers ... production assistant
Paul Ross ... production assistant
David Rumble ... production assistant
Manel Saddique ... intern
David J. Sams ... photographs courtesy of
David Schankula ... researcher
Helayne Seidman ... photographs courtesy of
Jesse Shane ... production assistant
Natalie Stanford ... legal counsel
Amanda Steigerwald ... production assistant
Romy Stevenson ... production assistant
Brad Thompson ... intern
Will Tordella ... production assistant
Richard Torpey ... chief engineer
Emma Trask ... office coordinator
Bill Vourvoulias ... fact checker / legal counsel
Evin Watson ... production assistant
Eric Weinrib ... archival researcher
Frank Weysos ... production assistant (as Frank Vasquez)
Douglas Garth Williams ... intern (as Doug Williams)
Jamie Wong ... key production assistant
Jeremy Yaches ... production assistant
Melinda Ziyadat ... production assistant
Alison Cohen ... production counsel (uncredited)
Christopher Cram ... production assistant (uncredited)
David Greenbaum ... executive assistant: Harvey Weinstein (uncredited)
Vsevolod Horodyskyj ... production assistant (uncredited)
Christian Zak ... advisor: imaging (uncredited)

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Terry Allen ... thanks
Isabelle Audinot ... thanks
Tim Azarian ... thanks
Bob Bastian ... thanks
Mikaela Beardsley ... thanks
Chris Belcher ... acknowledgment: archival footage, Alchymedia
Mark Belhumeur ... thanks
Tarik Benbrahim ... thanks
Jessica Berman Bogdan ... thanks (as Jessica Berman-Bogden)
Elmer Bernstein ... thanks
Anthony Bregman ... thanks
Elena Brodie ... thanks
Arthur A. Busch ... thanks (as Arthur Busch)
Luigi Cazzaniga ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Pratap Chatterjee ... acknowledgment: archival footage, CorpWatch
Dominick Costabile ... thanks
John Davidek ... thanks
Carl Deal ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Ric Dispenseri ... thanks (as Ric Dispinseri)
Michael Donkis ... thanks
Ari Emanuel ... thanks
Don Epstein ... thanks
Mark Fabiani ... thanks
Mark Friesland ... thanks
John Fritz ... thanks
Jonathan Furmanski ... thanks
Ranko Gak ... thanks
Barbara Gregson ... thanks
Urban Hamid ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Laurent Issure ... thanks (as Laurent Isaure)
Arthur Jafa ... thanks
Mort Janklow ... thanks
Tom Jennings ... thanks (as Tom Jennings)
Vanessa Jerrom ... thanks
Jim Kiertzner ... thanks
Neal Kwatra ... thanks
Charles Layton ... thanks
Chris Lehane ... thanks
Mike Lessin ... thanks
Tia Lessin ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Sophia Lin ... thanks
J. Fred MacDonald ... thanks
Vincent Maraval ... thanks
Daniel Marracino ... thanks
Ed Marritz ... thanks (as Eddie Marritz)
Julia Martin ... thanks
David Martinez ... acknowledgment: archival footage, CorpWatch
Leanne McIntire ... acknowledgment: archival footage, The Education Channel (as Producer Leanne McIntire)
Tracy McKnight ... thanks
Eartha Melzer ... thanks
Josh Miller ... thanks
Shannon Mills ... thanks
Moby ... thanks
Scott Myers ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Dorenna Newton ... thanks
Tim Nielsen ... thanks
Scott Norman ... thanks
Lisa Oberhofer ... thanks
Michael Pedersen ... dedicatee
Richard Ray Perez ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Brett Petriken ... dedicatee
Joshua Pines ... thanks
Mark Punswick ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Mary Page Riley ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Erik Rist ... thanks
Shane Robinson ... thanks
Candance Robison ... thanks
Natalie Rose ... thanks
Steve Rundell ... thanks
Joan Sekler ... acknowledgment: archival footage provided by
Jari Sheese ... thanks
Irv Slosberg ... thanks
William Sprawls ... thanks
Tim Squyres ... thanks
Joel Suttles ... thanks
Linda Taylor ... thanks
Robert Taylor ... thanks
Stacie Teele ... thanks
Bill Weems ... dedicatee
Modi Wiczyk ... thanks
Thomasina Williams ... thanks
Neil Young ... thanks
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Plot Summary

Following up on 'Bowling for Columbine', film-maker Michael Moore provides deep and though-provoking insights on the American security system, the level of paranoia, fear, uncertainty, false values and patriotism, which all combined together to set a stage for George W. Bush to launch a war on Iraq instead of focusing on getting the real culprit(s) behind the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. This documentary also focuses on how some Saudis were safely and secretly flown out of America while planes were ostensibly grounded after the attacks. Archived film footage, candid interviews with politicians, and an overall waste of public funds for a war that was initiated on false pretension to wit: a weapon of mass distraction - to take the focus away from the real enemy and get Americans glued to their TV sets to watch innocent Iraqis and Afghans getting killed. And a war that would eventually alienate the U.S.A. and it's citizens from almost every country on Earth. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Taglines The temperature where freedom burns! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Fahrenheit 911 (United States)
  • Fahrenheit 9.11 (Poland)
  • Kashi 911 (Japan)
  • Фаренхайт 9/11 (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Fahrenheit 11 de Setembro (Brazil)
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  • 122 min
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Budget $6,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $23,920,637, 27 Jun 2004
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $103,251,549, 23 Jan 2005

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Trivia After its official showing at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival the movie was given what has been called "the longest standing ovation in the history of the festival". Although the exact length of the applause is a matter of debate, journalists at the screening have reported it being in the area of 15 to 25 minutes. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Fahrenheit 9/11: A Movement in Time (2004). See more »
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Crazy Credits This film is dedicated to ... all the soldiers from the Flint area who have died in the Iraq war ... the 2,973 who died on 9/11/01 and the countless thousands who have died in Afghanistan and Iraq as a result of our actions. See more »
Quotes Narrator: George Orwell once wrote that, "It's not a matter of whether the war is not real, or if it is, Victory is not possible. The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Hierarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. This new version is the past and no different past can ever have existed. In principle the war effort is always planned to keep society on the brink of starvation. The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects and its object is not the victory over either Eurasia or East Asia but to keep the very structure of society intact."
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