This video is Michael Moore’s film Sicko, in English, with Dutch subtitles.
From British weekly The Observer:
Moore defies US ban threat
Director tells Cannes festival that government action against film about healthcare would be ‘insane’
Vanessa Thorpe, arts and media correspondent
Sunday May 20, 2007
The contentious new film from American satirical documentary-maker Michael Moore had an emotional international premiere at the Cannes Film Festival yesterday.
The disturbing nature of Sicko, which deals with the failings of the American healthcare system, has been a closely guarded secret until now.
It focuses on the suffering caused to the nine million children living in the United States whom Moore says are left without any health cover because of the country’s reliance on private insurance.
‘We are the last country in the industrialised world to have this system,’ the film-maker said after the screening.
‘The poorest child in Britain has a longer life expectancy than the average American child.’
See also here.
Sicko and ‘Moorewatch’: here.