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Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)


Coming Out at 25 June 2004 in theaters

Documentary, Drama, War

Fahrenheit 9/11 is documentary film directed, written by, and starring filmmaker, director and political commentator Michael Moore. The film takes a critical look at the presidency of George W. Bush, the war in Iraq, and its coverage in the media. In the film, Moore contends that American corporate media were “cheerleaders” for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and did not provide an accurate or objective analysis of the rationale for the war and the resulting casualties there.

The film generated intense controversy, including disputes over its accuracy. The title of the film alludes to Ray Bradbury’s 1953 novel Fahrenheit 451, a dystopian view of the future United States, drawing an analogy between the autoignition temperature of paper and the date of the September 11 attacks; one of the film’s taglines was “The Temperature at Which Freedom Burns”.

The movie begins by suggesting that friends and political allies of George W. Bush at Fox News Channel tilted the election of 2000 by prematurely declaring Bush the winner. It then suggests that the handling of the voting controversy in Florida constituted election fraud.

The film then segues into the September 11 attacks. Moore says Bush was informed of the first plane hitting the World Trade Center on his way to an elementary school. Bush is then shown sitting in a Florida classroom with children. When told that a second plane has hit the World Trade Center and that the nation is “under attack”, Bush allows the students to finish their book reading, and Moore notes that he continued reading for nearly seven minutes.

Director: Michael Moore

Writer: Michael Moore

Stars: Michael Moore, George W. Bush, Ben Affleck, Stevie Wonder


Ben Affleck► (archive footage)
Stevie Wonder► (archive footage)
George W. Bush► (archive footage)
James Baker III► (archive footage)
Richard Gephardt► (archive footage)
Tom Daschle► (archive footage)
Jeffrey Toobin► (archive footage)
Al Gore► (archive footage)
Condoleezza Rice► (archive footage)
Donald Rumsfeld► (archive footage)
Saddam Hussein► (archive footage)
George Bush► (archive footage)
Ricky Martin► (archive footage)
Byron Dorgan► (archive footage)
Osama bin Laden► (archive footage)
Craig Unger►
Larry King► (archive footage)
Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz► (archive footage)
Jack Cloonan►
Bill Clinton► (archive footage)
James C. Moore► (as James Moore)
Robert Jordan► (archive footage)
Dan Briody►
John Major► (archive footage)
Helen Thomas► (voice) (archive sound)
Carol Ashley►
Thomas Kean► (archive footage)
Rosemary Dillard►
Richard Clarke► (archive footage)
Paul Wolfowitz► (archive footage)
Dick Cheney► (archive footage)
Tony Blair► (archive footage)
Martha Brill Olcott►
Kenneth Lay► (archive footage)
Sayed Rahmatullah Hashemi► (archive footage)
Hamid Karzai► (archive footage)
Zalmay Khalilzad► (archive footage)
Jim McDermott►
John Rivers► (archive footage)
Dave Bondy► (archive footage)
Frances Stroik► (archive footage)
Mel Stroik► (archive footage)
Roy Gladding►
Stanley Clarke►
John Ashcroft► (archive footage)
Thomas Pickard► (archive footage)
Aaron Kilner► (archive footage)
Richard Pierce►
Barry Reingold►
Porter Goss►
John Conyers►
Tammy Baldwin►
Michael Moore► – Narrator
Patrick Hamilton►
Josh Brooks►
Andy Kenyon►
Britney Spears► (archive footage)
Thomas Hamill► (archive footage)
Lila Lipscomb►
Dale Cortman►
Raymond Plouhar►
Abdul Henderson►
Howard Lipscomb►
Dave Lesar► (archive footage)
Michael Mele► (archive footage)
Youssef Sleiman► (archive footage)
Sam Kubba► – Interviewee from American Iraqi Chamber of Commerce (archive footage)
George Sigalos► (archive footage)
Gordon Bobbitt► (archive footage)
Grant Haber► (archive footage)
Blaine Ober► (archive footage)
John Tanner►
Michael Castle► – Interviewee (archive footage)
John T. Doolittle►
Nick Berg►(archive footage)
Khalil Bin Laden► (archive footage)
Ben Alexander► (archive footage) 
James Bath► (archive footage) 
Richard Ben-Veniste► (archive footage) 
Wolf Blitzer► (voice) (archive footage) 
Jon Bon Jovi► (archive footage) 
Kyf Brewer►Pitchman 
Stephen G. Breyer► (archive footage) 
Tom Brokaw► (archive footage) 
Barbara Bush► (archive footage) 
Barbara Bush► (archive footage) 
Jeb Bush► (archive footage) 
Laura Bush► (archive footage) 
Tucker Carlson► (archive footage) 
Neil Cavuto► (archive footage) 
Ellen Corby► (archive footage) 
Katie Couric► (archive footage) 
Peter Damon► 
Robert De Niro► (archive footage) 
Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds► (archive footage) 
John Edwards► (archive footage) 
Mike Emanuel► (archive footage) 
Ari Fleischer► (archive footage) 
Tommy Franks► (archive footage) 
Charles Gibson► (archive footage) 

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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