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(15713) 6.9 128 min 2018

Fahrenheit 11/9 is a movie starring Jim Acosta, Roger Ailes, and Brooke Baldwin. Filmmaker Michael Moore examines the current state of American politics, particularly the Donald Trump presidency and gun violence, while highlighting...

Starring
Jim Acosta, Brooke Baldwin, Ashleigh Banfield, Roger Ailes
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Moore

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Michael Moore
Writer Michael Moore
Stars Jim Acosta, Brooke Baldwin, Ashleigh Banfield, Roger Ailes
Country USA
Also Known As 華氏11/9, 華氏119
Runtime 2H 8M
Description Filmmaker Michael Moore examines the current state of American politics, particularly the Donald Trump presidency and gun violence, while highlighting the power of grassroots democratic movements.

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Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020 13:13

One of the many things that have been going on in the past few years is that films are becoming a bit better as films go, as better visual effects, better filmmaking techniques, better editing, etc. The first film I really liked was a German documentary on film, HANSEN. The other great films were American Splendor and American Beauty. I also liked Citizen Kane, but did not like it as a whole. But I did like Bong Joon-Ho's Blue Velvet, and in fact I think that I will be interested in what he does next. I have seen some of the short films he did, but for some reason, there was nothing about him that I found particularly interesting. I am sure he is going to do some very interesting films. The movie was mostly about the kids, but not just the kids, it was the adults as well, the parents, the educators, and it was mostly about the kids. They all worked in a group setting, the teacher, the leader of the group, the leader of the school, and the parents. Most of the movie focused on their kids. One of the parents was a very sad, sad story, and it was a very sad story. That is something I have not seen before. The movie was not just about the kids, it was about the kids and their families. I think the message of the movie is to not let the kids decide their future, to let them make that decision, and then let them live their lives. I think it is one of the most important things in life, not just for the kids but for their families, and the parents, and the teachers. It shows what the adults can do, but the kids do not get credit for doing things. It also shows that children are just as responsible as adults, and in fact adults can teach children. It is a message that I think everyone can get. This movie is a must see for all, and is not just for kids.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 21:43

My friends and I have been watching this documentary for months now. It's about a man named Kevin Cooper, who has just come out of prison and is now working as a courier for Al-Jazeera. He is sent to Los Angeles to deliver the film footage to the Middle East. There is no more film footage left, so he must deliver the rest. I could go on and on, but the point is, it is about our experiences with life in America. It is about the most traumatic and important experiences of our lives, so we learn to use them and to live them. There are so many things to take from this film. It's about the great opportunity America has given us, and what we do with it. It is about our desire to be great, and the ways we come close to greatness, but never quite reach it. It is about the ways in which we've been failed and still haven't accepted the reality of it. The film shows how so many Americans don't understand the world, but then they are about to accept it. There are a few real life examples of how Americans act in foreign countries, and how Americans don't realize the damage that they cause. I was in Iraq for a year, and I know how terrible it is, and yet I never think of it in the way that Michael Moore does. The footage is so intense, so real. The scenes that the film shows are not scripted, they are not acted, they are not "revelation" scenes. They are a life-affirming, powerful documentary that has to be seen. Michael Moore has an amazing ability to make this film, and this film is one of his best.


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