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 Afghanistan and Iraq.
Director Michael Moore partnered with producers Harvey and Bob Weinstein in May 2017 to produce and distribute Fahrenheit 11/9. The Weinsteins planned to fund $2 million out of $6 million in a documentary deal. The Weinsteins did not provide the funding, and the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations emerged in the following October. As a result, Moore laid off the crew and shut down development of the documentary. Before returning to Fahrenheit 11/9, Moore focused on putting on a Broadway show, The Terms of My Surrender, which ran for 12 weeks. See more »
This movie is fantastic... informative and funny, what I've come to expect from Michael Moore documentaries. But Geeez, I ran through all the emotions watching this film, laughter, concern, shock, terror, misery, depression, fear - I'm still reeling!
I appreciate that he bashed/exposed both sides the Dems and the Repubs, because let's face it, they are all corrupt. So I'm glad he took them both to task - they all deserve to have their corruption aired out for the public to see!
Really, great, movie!
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