Michael Moore brings on 21 september, his documentary about the American president Donald Trump. In an interview with Stephen Colbert in The Late Show showed the filmmaker, who made no secret of it to dislike Trump, the first images of the documentary.
Although he has not yet a lot of can reveal, the documentary according to Moore a provocative and humorous look at the times in which we live. Who tries to answer two of the most frequently asked questions in the Trump era: How are we here on earth are ended? And how come we here? “We’re not talking about political differences, we are talking about thousands of children who become separated from their parents,” said Moore at Colbert. “This is madness, it is not who we are, right?”
The newest film is a sequel to Fahrenheit 9/11, then-president George W. Bush and the terrorist attacks of september 11, 2001. It refers to the date when Trump officially to the president of the United States was elected.
Michael Moore is known for his documentaries in which he political and social issues’. His film Bowling For Columbine, about guns in the USA, won the 2003 Oscar. Fahrenheit 9/11 went there in 2004 at the Cannes film festival to run off with the Golden Palm.
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