Fahrenheit 11/9 is the political documentary film scripted, narrated, produced and directed by Michael Moore. It is co-produced by Jeff Gibbs, Carl Deal and Meghan O Hara. Luke Geissbühler and Jayme Roy cranked the camera and the editing is by Doug Abel and Pablo Proenza. The film hit the screens in the Toronto International Film Festival too.
This is a documentary that deals with the presidential election in the US. The film starts in 2016 when the supporters of Hillary Clinton were waiting to announce the Presidential candidate. Many people strongly declared that Donald Trump would not win the elections after his name was announced as the presidential candidate. The film also features the rise of Trump and what all the efforts he made to gain the trust. The pluses and the minuses in the democracy are also spoken in Fahrenheit 11/9.
Moore has narrated the story from his perception, which many people admit
Michael Moore shows the rise of Trump and this has sharp, comical, ironical elements. When people think that Trump may be considered as a joke in Moore’s point of view, but he hadn’t spoken in that angle and also the film doesn’t have any funny things about the politician. This lighthearted doc has something serious and yes it is comparing the administration of Trump with that of Nazi. Moore didn’t leave Clinton and Obama too. He opened up how the Democratic Party’s concepts were sold to the corporate promoters.
What’s Not There?
If you think that the film will deal about Trump’s reign, then this is not the film, you planned. If you guessed that the film would deal with the manipulation of tough politics, converting the impossibilities in power to the possibilities, this might be the film, which you have planned.
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