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Fahrenheit 911 (2004)

           Michael Moore’s latest film won a standing ovation and top prize at the Cannes Film Festival (May 2004), then in its first week in American theaters became the highest grossing documentary of all time.  It’s hard to tell who was more worried about this rabidly anti-Bush film—conservatives who fear Moore’s mudslinging will stick to the President, or liberals who fear that mainstream America will label his views as way out of bounds and associate them with Kerry.  Time magazine rightly observed that Moore’s method incorporates equal parts comedy, tragedy, infiltration, confrontation, and speculation.

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