Official Trailer for Michael Moore's New Documentary 'Fahrenheit 11/9'
"How do you deal with this? You're never going to be able to un-see what you saw." Uh oh. Briarcliff Ent. has unveiled the first trailer for the new documentary by Michael Moore, titled simply Fahrenheit 11/9, a spin on the title of his Oscar-winning documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 released in 2004. This time Moore digs deep into the American culture to ask two provocative questions about the "Trump era": How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out? I'm honestly very curious to see how Moore tackles this, as he has been very vocal on Twitter the last few years, talking about how crazy everything has become. The film will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival first, then they've already set a late September release date in theaters nationwide for everyone to see this and get riled up. Not much is shown in the trailer, but get ready.
Here's the first official trailer for Michael Moore's documentary Fahrenheit 11/9, direct from YouTube:
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9 is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out? It's the film to see before it's too late. Fahrenheit 11/9 is directed by one-of-a-kind American filmmaker Michael Moore (follow him @MMFlint), director of the documentaries Roger & Me, The Big One, Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, Sicko, Slacker Uprising, Capitalism: A Love Story, and Where to Invade Next previously. The film will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival this fall before hitting cinemas. Briarcliff Entertainment will then release Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9 in theaters everywhere starting on September 21st coming up soon this fall. First impression? Who's interested in watching this?
Reader Feedback - 13 Comments
Glad he still makes docos, but I wish I was more interested in them.
DAVIDPD on Aug 9, 2018
True that. Glad to hear your agree.
DAVIDPD on Aug 9, 2018
I have a love/hate relationship with Moore's work. He sheds light on interesting facts, yet he does stupid stunts that are more sensationalist and diminish the story he's trying to tell. Like the Flint, Michigan water stunt spraying on some Senators fence? Really? WOW Michael Moore! You're REALLY putting it to him! SMH Leave the stunts to the Youtubers and activists. Just tell your story and bring light to the facts in your film. Spur people to make a change when they head to the voting booth and not perpetuate random acts of ridiculousness.
THE_RAW_ on Aug 9, 2018
huh desperate times call for desperate measures. No one else has the balls to do it so why not? Fact. the water is still undrinkable. Imagine you cant even brush your teeth with water coming out of your sink at home. The Senators all need to got jail. Sometimes Moore can be extreme but again, what about this political climate isn't extreme? There is nothing random of pouring that dirty water over the fence. You tubers and activists aren't doing it. I really usually don't support Moore's extreme lets call it hysteria but i hate to break it to you: things are worse off than you think.
Sascha Dikiciyan on Aug 10, 2018
I agree that it's terrible in the U.S. that the water situation in Flint, MI hasn't been corrected, but I'm not sure what pouring dirty water on one lawmakers lawn is going to do to change that. I think it's an empty gesture that's sensationalizing a serious situation. People keep electing the same politicians who promise change and bettering the country yet once they get in office, do nothing. It's literally the definition of insanity= doing the same thing and expecting a different result. These legacy lawmakers need to be ousted and get some fresh NEW blood in the seats. Then you might actually see some beneficial change. Not these lobbied and purchased figureheads.
THE_RAW_ on Aug 13, 2018
I agree. Roger and Me was a great documentary, but Bowling for Columbine is absolute bullshit. Moore used it to push gun control (something I'm OK with) but the disinformation he spewed just fed into the lies of what really happened there. Most people still believe that Eric Harris was a tortured, bullied outcast. Harris was anything but a victim and was in fact the bully and a psychopath.. Not to mention all the other outright lies that came from every corner of this story and still do to this day. You have to take Moore with a grain of salt as he's shown he has no problem with embellishment and sometimes outright disinformation to try to get his point across.
Rob on Aug 11, 2018
I think I saw two of his documentaries. He's overdoing the subject in some sense, stressing some less important and way too apparent stuff and missing a substance sometimes. But I think that he does important things and can't do them better ...
shiboleth on Aug 9, 2018
I just decided to upvote these guys instead of posting what would effectively mirror their points. Good work gents!
grimjob on Aug 9, 2018
Really like Michael..."Where to Invade Next" was a thought-provoking, well made doc about how other countries handle education, health-care, prisons, etc. with the revelation that many of the most forward-thinking countries on these issues actually got their core ideas from America, which decided not to adopt the progressive policies!
kitano0 on Aug 10, 2018
I have to admit I was preparing for the worst in the comments....but Ive gotta say... Reading fair, open and critical comments like these is why I favor Firstshowing over ...lets say... IGN.
Duane on Aug 10, 2018
Nah, there's one or two here. But, yeah, man, mostly reasonable.
Mark Brackney on Aug 11, 2018
I gave up on Moore after the last election and his support of the corporate Democrats!
Z54 on Sep 22, 2018
He admits in this film that he was a fool, too. And that he fell for them as well. And he criticizes both the democrats and republicans for getting us into this. See the film and give it a chance, Moore is smart enough to admit that even he got caught up in their message, only later realizing it was BS. It's a really strong documentary.
Alex Billington on Sep 22, 2018
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