USA: Michael Moore’s new film on health care


Michael Moore and Fahrenheit 9/11, cartoon

Associated Press reports:

Michael Moore Takes on U.S. Health Care

By DAVID GERMAIN

TORONTO – First, General Motors. Then gun control, followed by George W. Bush.

Now rabble-rousing filmmaker Michael Moore has turned his irreverent camera on health care in America.

Sicko,” Moore’s dissection of the health care system, promises to be another hilarious documentary romp, based on excerpts he showed Friday night at the Toronto International Film Festival.

During a two-hour appearance, Moore discussed his career as a counterculture journalist, provocative filmmaker and liberal standard-bearer, and he played three clips from “Sicko,” which he said would be in theaters next June.

The segments presented stories of personal health care nightmares, including that of a woman denied payment for an ambulance ride after a head-on collision because it was not preapproved.

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  1. Pingback: New film Sicko, and other Michael Moore news | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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