Fahrenheit 11/9 will see Moore sink his teeth into the phenomenon of Donald Trump and all the unusual things that have come with it - the emergence of the alt-right, total reversals of decades of American foreign policy, and a society more disillusioned than ever.More news: Roku's earnings dwarfed by it giving users even more free content
The title itself references one of Moore's most famous documentaries, Fahrenheit 9/11, which focused on the country after the election of George W. Bush and the events that unfolded after the September 11 attacks in 2001. Stop hoping for a magic solution that will thwart him.
Moore, who is known for his antagonistic style, calls Trump the "last president of the United States" and follows his election campaign in 2016, his first year in office, and how Trump's victory has led to division and confrontation in the U.S. over issues of immigration, the far right, fake news, and white supremacy. Trump won the presidency by just 77,000 combined votes from those three states. Over a year after that letter's publication, things haven't changed, which is why Moore made a documentary about the Trump administration.More news: West Virginia Offers Mobile Voting for Troops Abroad This November
In a Q&A with the HuffPost, Moore described Trump as an "evil genius" who has "no intention of leaving the White House" without a fight.
Documentary fans have known that Michael Moore's documentaries are not to be missed, ever since the days of the Oscar-winning Bowling For Columbine. Facts, reality, brains can not defeat him. "That all ends with this movie".More news: Ben Schwartz to voice Sonic the Hedgehog in Paramount’s movie
That last part seems like a naive statement, and unless Moore is hiding some bombshell reveal in his movie, I feel like this film isn't going to have much of an impact on the national conversation. Will you check it out in theaters?
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