Like "Fahrenheit 9/11", which tackled the impact of George W. Bush's presidency on society, Moore appears to be using this movie to present how Donald Trump's presidency happened and what it could mean for the USA further down the line. The doc, a sort of sequel to Moore's anti-W film Fahrenheit 9/11 is set to hit theaters September 21, a date chosen by Moore to spread the anti-Trump word before the mid-term elections. It's in theaters September 21.
Moore also described Trump as "the last president of the United States".
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 USA over issues of immigration, the far right, fake news, and white supremacy.
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Jed Steer's failure to punch clear a free-kick saw Evandro Goebel open the scoring for the hosts in the seventh minute. It was a wonderful goal , but Villa's heads didn't drop and they soon found an equaliser on 14 minutes.
There's even a moment where Moore decides to spray down a governor's home with contaminated water from Flint, Michigan, which is now over 1,300 days without clean water. He released it in theaters and on various other platforms, all the while warning liberals that Donald Trump was going to win the election. "It was a hit in military towns and on military bases".
Fahrenheit 9/11 remains the highest grossing documentary of all time, making $22m worldwide.
How do you feel about a Michael Moore-helmed Donald Trump documentary? The Weinstein Company committed $6 million to make the film, but pulled funding in the wake of Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes scandal.
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In 2013, Bachelet returned to Chile to run for president again and was elected and served a second term from 2014-2018. Bachelet to speak out against these failures rather than accept the status quo". "We hope that she does".
"Fuck hope. Seriously, fuck hope", Moore declared.
"Fahrenheit 11/9" will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month, the festival announced Thursday. We don't need hope. Hope leads people to believe that tax returns, or a pee tape, or the Federal Bureau of Investigation or an adult film star will save the country.
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