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There are documentaries that set out to show us the world, and others that set out to change it. Director Michael Moore's controversial Fahrenheit 9/11 is in the latter group; it claims to expose how US President George W. Bush used the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York as an excuse for attacking Afghanistan and Iraq. But as well as being a campaigner, Moore is also a very funny man who aims to get his audience laughing - whether they end up agreeing with him or not.
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Documentary about the shocking pictures published depicting abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib jail in Iraq by American guards.
14+ years 111 mins
Riveting documentary by controversial filmmaker Michael Moore on the Columbine High School mass shootings and the role of guns in the US.
14+ years 115 mins
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