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Where to Invade Next
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SynopsisOscar-winning documentary filmmaker Michael MOORE makes an offer to the Pentagon to immediately take on the task of invading faraway countries as a one-man army. There are three rules in the film director’s campaign: don’t shoot anyone, don’t plunder any oil, bring back something useful for his fellow-Americans. His research trip in fact serves another agenda of his own devising: he is convinced that somewhere in the world, solutions already exist for the USA’s pressing social problems. And so he collects examples of a better quality of life and better working conditions elsewhere – such as Italy’s holiday entitlement regulations, France’s school meals, Finland’s education system, Germany’s approach to accounting for its past, and Iceland’s gender equality. The director of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine represents his country’s interests in his usual subversive but also cheerful manner. The result of this upbeat yet thoughtful global invasion is a film about the USA that was made without filming a single shot on American soil.
Director
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Michael MOORE was born in Flint, Michigan and worked as a journalist before turning to documentary filmmaking. He made his first film, Roger & Me, which gave birth to the modern-day documentary movement. MOORE went on to break the documentary box office record two more times with the Oscar-winning film, Bowling for Columbine and the Palme d’Or-winning Fahrenheit 9/11 . Other notable films include the Oscar-nominated Sicko and Capitalism: A Love Story. Where to Invade Next was screened at Toronto International Film Festival, AFI and Berlinale.
DirectorMichael MOORE
CountryUSA
Year2015
Running Time120min
GenreDocumentary
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