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Filmmaker Michael Moore is known for fiery critical documentaries on American politics and culture, with commentaries on capitalism and gun control being some of his most controversial work. Here he takes on American society as it currently stands and examines its leader Donald Trump, digging deep into what causes led to the current administration. Along the way, Moore also touches on recent catastrophes such as the school shootings and the Flint water crisis, talking to those affected and those trying to make a change to their communities. Moore’s satirical and direct style addresses its audience, making this an accessible entry point into one of the world’s biggest conversation.
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