“One of Moore’s best and most incisively funny films” (Rolling Stone) seeks to understand the rise of Donald Trump and the resistance against him. The filmmaker employs his trademark satire to span multiple topics including the Flint water crisis and a stinging critique of corruption among both Republicans and Democrats. He shines a light on insurgent politicians such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib along with the youthful activism stirred by Parkland students. Courtesy of State Run Films/Briarcliff Entertainment.
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