Fahrenheit 11/9 will see Moore sink his teeth into the phenomenon of Donald Trump and all the odd things that have come with it - the emergence of the alt-right, total reversals of decades of American foreign policy, and a society more disillusioned than ever. "I'm finishing my movie and getting it out before the midterms because I want millions of people to get to the polls", he said to Bill Maher in June. "Roger Stone, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Parkland massacre survivor Emma González and a host of others from both sides of the so-called aisle appear in the film".
Fahrenheit 11/9 will be presented with the mix of outrage and mischievous humor that has made Moore the most successful documentary filmmaker in the world. And even if it does contain some massive revelation, Moore himself said it right there: by now Trump has built his entire presidency on statements that would have gotten anyone else kicked out of Washington, so why would we ever believe that he'll get taken down by a documentary?
Fahrenheit 11/9 hits theaters on September 21. His new documentary's title is a reference to that film and the day after Trump was voted into office: November 9, 2016. "It was a hit in military towns and on military bases".
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That last part seems like a naive statement, and unless Moore is hiding some bombshell reveal in his movie, I feel like this film isn't going to have much of an impact on the national conversation. "I will at least give them a song they can belt out".
Moore's controversial 2004 documentary "Farenheit 9/11", which explored former President George W. Bush's War on Terror, is the highest-grossing documentary of all time.
The documentary will premiere at this year's Toronto film festival before a U.S. release on 21 September. "Hope, and the passivity that comes with it, is what helped get us here to begin with". We don't need hope.