The Official Fahrenheit 9-11 Reader

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Penguin UK, Oct 21, 2004 - Political Science - 368 pages
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Fahrenheit 9/11 is the scorching cinema sensation that sent waves of shock and awe across the globe. Now you can get the facts behind the most talked about film of the year. Here Mike gives you the full, explosive transcript of the smash hit that's got the phoney President running for the hills - with extra outtakes that never made the final cut. He fires back at the critics with his own 'Fact Bible' to prove that it's all true, and gives us just a taste of the buzz that's made this movie torpedo all predictions and become a worldwide phenomenon.
  

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My introduction into the world of Micheal Moore(for what its worth). Prompted me to watch the movie and others he has done. I do not like his particular style of inflammatory "journalism", but his work prompts people to think, and we certainly need more of that, if we want any kind of reform. Read full review

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User Review  - Hallie Huffman - Goodreads

My introduction into the world of Micheal Moore(for what its worth). Prompted me to watch the movie and others he has done. I do not like his particular style of inflammatory "journalism", but his work prompts people to think, and we certainly need more of that, if we want any kind of reform. Read full review

Contents

The Work of a Patriot John Berger
Introduction
Fahrenheit 911The Screenplay
Fahrenheit 911The Backup and Evidence
What the Public Thought of Fahrenheit 911
Essays and Critiques of Fahrenheit 911
Beyond Fahrenheit 911More Writings on the Issues from the Film
Cartoons and Photographs
Copyright

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Documentary filmmaker and author and winner of the 2004 Palme d'Or at Cannes for Fahrenheit 9-11, Michael Moore's international bestsellers include Stupid White Men and Dude, Where's My Country.

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