Fahrenheit 9/11

"Controversy... what controversy?"

Fahrenheit 911, directed by Michael Moore, is a controversial political documentary that raises questions about the presidency of George W. Bush, the Iraqi War, and the relationship between the Bush family and the Saudi Arabian government. The movie chronicles George W. Bush's path to the White House, the events that led to the 9/11 attack, and political changes that occurred as a result.

One segment criticizes the decision to allow Saudis, including members of the Bin Laden family, to flee the country after the 9/11 attack without being questioned. It also examines the relationship between George W. Bush, James Bath, and the Bin Laden family. The film presents documents that suggest that Bath received funding for one of Bush's companies from the Bin Laden family.

Moore also attacks the government's support for United States soldiers. He conducts a drive on Capitol Hill to have members of Congress enlist their children to go to war in Iraq and also interviews the family members of soldiers lost in the war in Iraq.

Ten years after its release, this vitriolic depiction of the Bush administration remains the best selling documentary ever released.

R
| 2004 | 2 hr 2 min | 7.5/10 | 67/100
Cast
Ben Affleck, Stevie Wonder, George W. Bush, James Baker III
Studio
Lions Gate
Director
Michael Moore
Language
English
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