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An angry Michael Moore channels his outrage to remind us that America's woes didn't start with Trump, in the powerful new film now streaming at SBS On ...Thu, 31st January 2019Fahrenheit 11/9 review – Michael Moore gets his voice back The Guardian
The documentarist uses his trademark style to make an alarmingly persuasive case that US democracy is under threat.Sat, 20th October 2018Fahrenheit 11/9 review: Michael Moore v Donald Trump = stalemate The Guardian
In his latest documentary, Moore's bewildered fury at the president is powerfully evident, but he fails to deliver a knockout blow.Wed, 17th October 2018Fahrenheit 11/9 review: Michael Moore's blistering barrage at Trump’s rise The Guardian
Out of his foxhole, raining mortar shells in every direction, comes Michael Moore, with this fiery, furious account of the rise of one Donald Trump. No one is ...Fri, 7th September 2018Fahrenheit 11/9: first trailer for Michael Moore's Trump documentary The Guardian
The Oscar-winning film-maker returns to the big screen with a look at life under the 'last president of the United States'Thu, 9th August 2018Michael Moore looks at and beyond Trump in the enraged but scattered Fahrenheit 11/9 The A.V. Club
No right-wing troll could ever trigger liberals as effectively as Michael Moore does in the first few minutes of Fahrenheit 11/9. He opens his new agitprop ...Wed, 19th September 2018
Documentary film maker Micheal Moore brings his sequel of sorts to Fahrenheit 9/11 to the bog screen titled Fahrenheit 11/9.
Whereas the first film looked at the fallout from the terrorist attacks on New York in 2001 this looks at the reputation the US is getting while having Donald Trump in place as president.
The film hit controversy in the US for being given an R rating(one of their highest), the BBFC has given the film a 15 rating in the UK for strong language, disturbing images, racist behaviour and the film has a running time of 128 minutes.
FAHRENHEIT 11/9 (15) strong language, disturbing images, racist behaviour https://t.co/5Vda0I64HT— BBFC (@BBFC) October 9, 2018