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Fahrenheit 9/11 - Theatrical Trailer

Posted on: October 11, 2006 | Views: 482 | Comment

Michael Moore muscles his way into conferences and Congress, and hits the streets with a bullhorn and a clipboard to find out the truth behind 9/11: Why did Bin Laden's family fly out of the country while the rest of us were grounded? Does George W. Bush really see the "haves... and have mores" as his base constituency, and what did they have to gain from 9/11 and the Iraqi invasion?

This film won top honors at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004. Miramax picked it up for distribution, only to discover that Disney, its parent company, wouldn't allow the film's dissemination under its watch. (Eisner's worry: That Florida's Governor Jeb Bush would cause tax problems for Disney World.) So the Weinsteins, Miramax's head honchos, put together the financing so the "have nots" who missed Cannes could see Moore's indictment. To stoke the fire further, read Christopher Hitchens' scathing comments about the film on Slate.

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politicians • congressmen • september 11th • oil • George W. Bush