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In the US, many people believe it's their constitutional right to own a gun. In this fascinating and often troubling documentary, filmmaker Michael Moore looks at the complex role of guns in America, focusing in particular on the tragic multiple shootings at Columbine High School in 1999. Bringing a fresh and exhilarating approach both to his dark subject matter and to how documentaries are made, Moore's film will stay with you long after the closing credits have rolled.
Very funny, though sometimes disturbing, documentary about what happens to filmmaker Morgan Spurlock when he eats nothing but McDonalds for 30 days.
11+ years 99 mins
Inspired by 1999's real-life Columbine shootings, this unsettling drama is a fictional account of violence in an American high school.
14+ years 81 mins
Michael Moore's campaigning documentary about how fear was used in American politics in the wake of 9/11.
14+ years 122 mins
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We explore Louis Theroux's first feature film, exploring at the world of Scientology, and take a look at other documentary filmmakers of similar influence.
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