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Manufacturing Dissent (2007)

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A documentary that looks to distinguish what's fact, fiction, legend, and otherwise as a camera crew trails Michael Moore while he tours with his film Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004).
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Credited cast:
Michael Moore ... Himself
Debbie Melnyk Debbie Melnyk ... Herself
Rick Caine Rick Caine ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dave Barber Dave Barber ... Himself - Flint Radio Personality
Roseanne Barr ... Herself (archive footage) (as Roseanne)
Peter Bart ... Himself
Tony Bennett Tony Bennett ... Himself
Elizabeth Bourgeois Elizabeth Bourgeois ... Herself - Director, 'Flint, MI: Michael & Me'
José Bové José Bové ... Himself
George W. Bush ... Himself (archive footage)
Laura Bush ... Herself (archive footage)
Jimmy Carter ... Himself (archive footage)
Rosalynn Carter Rosalynn Carter ... Herself (archive footage)
Dick Cheney ... Himself (archive footage)
Noam Chomsky ... Himself - Author, 'Manufacturing Consent'
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Manufacturing Dissent is a topical documentary seeking to separate fact, fiction, and legend. It chronicles Michael Moore on tour during the promotion of Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), all while exploring the politically charged climate in America that has prompted Moore's ascension from documentary filmmaker to icon of the political left. Written by Anonymous

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It's never been so hard to get Michael Moore in front of a camera. See more »

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19 October 2007 (Netherlands) See more »

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A nyugtalanság kiváltója: Michael Moore különös módszerei See more »

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Davison, Michigan, USA See more »

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Dave Marsh: If you won't tell the truth because it's bad for the cause then the cause becomes a fiction, which is exactly what's happened. It's happened with the Left in the United States as a whole and it's happened with Michael Moore.
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22 March 2008 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Manufacturing Dissent (2007)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

This documentary has director Debbie Melnyk following around Michael Moore as he promotes Fahrenheit 9/11 and calls him on various lies he's told throughout his career. I've said this countless times that I find Michael Moore to be a very talent filmmaker and I think he makes very entertaining films but there's no denying that he's a hypocrite and lies just as much as the people he goes after. This documentary tells Moore's story from his high school days all the way up to the release of his controversial film and the funny thing is that when this documentary is released, there's even more lies out in the open. Moore's use of fear is something that he often tries to go for yet he uses this against people claiming they use fear to push their points. In 2004 Moore was saying the draft was coming yet here we are four years later and this appears to have been a use of fear to try and sell your point. Another thing that I'm glad got cleared up was the heated debate over the Charlton Heston sequence in Bowling for Columbine. I've always felt Moore crossed the line in this segment and we get to see that the original speech from Heston was not made days after a little kid was killed but four months before it. There's a lot of debate on whether Moore really believes in freedom of speech but I'll let the clips in the movie speak for themselves. I'm not sure if this movie was made to make one hate Michael Moore but it really didn't change my mind of the mind. I still think he's a great talent but as far as calling him a documentary filmmaker is a joke. There are three legendary documentary makers interviewed here and their comments are priceless.


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