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Rialto Movie Of The Week: Fahrenheit 9/11

RIALTO MOVIE OF THE WEEK
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11


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From film maker Michael Moore, who most recently brought us the hugely popular Bowling For Columbine. Fahrenheit 9/11 took away the Palm D'Or at the recent Cannes Film Festival. The film is Moore's investigation of events after September 11th and how the Bush administration used the tragic event to push their own agenda. It also depicts alleged dealings between two generations of the Bush and bin Laden clans, that led to George W. Bush and Osama bin Laden, becoming mortal enemies.

Rating: TBC, 116 mins
Genre: Documentary
Director: Michael Moore
Actors: Michael Moore
Release Date: 29-07-2004
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Official Website:
http://www.michaelmoore.com/

Tickets are on sale now for the advance screenings weekend 23/24/25 July.

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