Rachel "Sparks" Blackman (seattlesparks) wrote,
Rachel "Sparks" Blackman

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Fahrenheit 9/11 Review

So, kieri and I just got back from a preview showing of Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11. It was definitely a /powerful/ film; I don't know that all the parts which tried to focus on facts were as well-presented as they could be (and they definitely showed an almost sledgehammer-like liberal bias), but it /definitely/ did make me think. The parts which /did/ bring up things directly from the past, things we all knew but had forgotten in the sheer barrage of other things to be offended or angry by, and cast the entire past four years in a light as a whole.

Despite Moore's occasionally clumsy soapboxing, there were a lot of moments which were compelling and heart-wrenching, and the film is definitely worth the watch. It's sort of hard to organize my thoughts in a way that makes sense about it all.
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