Fahrenheit 9/11

Fahrenheit 9/11

  • Director: Michael Moore
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Arabic
  • Release date: June 25, 2004
  • Runtime: 2h 2min
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital, DTS
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: Fahrenheit 911
  • "11" is a documentary produced by Lionsgate, directed by Michael Francis Moore and co-starring George Walker Bush , Ben Affleck and Stevie Wonder . The film was released in the United States on June 25, 2004   .
    The film tells the bloody battlefield scenes of the U.S.-Iraq War and exposes the intricate relationship between the Bush family and the bin Laden family.

    Details

    • Release date June 25, 2004
    • Filming locations Baghdad, Iraq
    • Production companies Fellowship Adventure Group, Dog Eat Dog Films, Miramax

    Box office

    Budget

    $6,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $119,194,771

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $23,920,637

    Gross worldwide

    $222,446,882

    Movie reviews

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    • By Halle 2022-06-24 13:07:49

      Fahrenheit 9/11--Is It A Lie Or The Truth?

      There are too many "too". True or false. In the past, society was blind obedience, but now there is a lot of information in society, but there is more and more fake information being created to confuse the people. Some may be 90% true, but 10% of the key points are false. People can only improve themselves by judging.

    • By Eulalia 2022-06-14 23:33:11

      Fahrenheit 911: The Boundary of Right and Wrong

      The borderline documentary of right and wrong takes the pursuit of authenticity as the highest pursuit, and under the common pursuit of documentary and artistry, the director of "Fahrenheit 911" actually imagined it according to his subjective guess, creating a sense of historical reality. Creators use provocative tactics, grouping incomplete data and trying to push a one-sided point of view. So-called history is the narration of those who have experienced it, and one of the...

    • By Elizabeth 2022-04-20 09:01:39

      political farce

      There is one thing in the United States that is very similar. My own people scold my own people the hardest, and outsiders can’t compare. During the Iraq War, the Chinese government also scolded Bush, but compared to this Fahrenheit 911, which flattened Bush’s half-dead, it can only be regarded as Tickle the bush. In the current Chinese Internet, rightists are the absolute mainstream. In the face of such a film criticizing the government, they praised its freedom of speech and turned a blind...

    • By Coralie 2022-04-19 09:01:44

      Analysis of the documentary "Fahrenheit 911"

      Explanation: This is my answer to an analytical essay question about the documentary "Fahrenheit 911" in the final exam when I was taking the "Documentary Creation" course!

      This is a comedy - this is me after watching the documentary "Fahrenheit 911" The most intuitive feeling of 911.
      This documentary tells the story of how an American government deceived the American people, pointed out the absolute role that the US government's post-9/11 oil greed played in the frantic war on...

    • By Beaulah 2022-04-19 09:01:44

      Fahrenheit 9/11 ------Which side are u on??

      Fahrenheit 9/11, some say a doc born to bring down the "Ugly Bush" and others, just a promotion campaign for the coming election , personally, is the second doc (if u don't mind) that "forced" me to go beyound movie itself to find out more.(The first is An Inconvenient Truth directed by Davis Guggenheim)

         Frankly, i'm not quite a fan for politics, not even of my own country, 'cause politics, to me, is way too complicated and inhuman. And to be part of it, u have to choose a side,...

    User comments

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    • By Trever 2022-04-23 07:01:47

      Too bad this is a fake...

    • By Vivien 2022-04-23 07:01:47

      At least for Moore's...

    • By Angela 2022-04-22 07:01:14

      Making fun of the president, it can still be released, which may only happen in the United...

    • By Aisha 2022-04-22 07:01:14

      As long as there is 10% authenticity in this documentary, it is enough to prove that 9/11 was brought by the Americans, and it definitely deserves...

    • By Kaleigh 2022-04-22 07:01:14

      America is not heaven, but it can make you say it is not heaven. The Chinese dream is to keep you in the Chinese...

    Movie plot

    This documentary reflects certain aspects of the U.S. government, trying to explain why the U.S. has become a target of hatred and terrorist activities, why the U.S. is always easily involved in wars, and pointed out that the greed for oil after 9/11 is crazy. It played an absolute role in the war on terrorism, and it also analyzed how the so-called relationship between the Bush family and bin Laden led them to become unequal enemies.

    Movie quotes

    • Dr. Sam Kubba: I've been getting complaints from Iraqi firms and American firms. The lack of transparency, the corruption. I think the profits American companies are making, the main companies are so overwhelming. I mean, when you have a line item for a million dollars and you subcontract it out for 50 or 60 or $ 70,000, that's a huge profit. It's the American taxpayer that's gonna pay for that. War is always good for certain companies that are in the war. The business of war. If it wasn't for the oil, nobody would be there. Nobody would worry about it.

    • Michael Moore: If you get called up, will you go back to Iraq?

      Marine Who Served in Iraq: No.

      Michael Moore: You're not?

      Marine Who Served in Iraq: No.

      Michael Moore: What repercussions do you face if you don't?

      Marine Who Served in Iraq: It's possible jail time. That's one possible thing.

      Michael Moore: Are you willing to risk that?

      Marine Who Served in Iraq: Yes. Yes, I - I will not let my person... I will not let anyone send me back over there to kill other poor people. Especially when they pose no threat to me and my country.

      [breif pause]

      Marine Who Served in Iraq: I won't do it.

    • Narrator: Okay, so let's say one group of people, like the American people, pay you $400,000 a year to be president of the United States. But then another group of people invest in you, your friends, and their related businesses, $ 1.4 billion over a number of years. Who are you gonna like? Who's your daddy? Because that's how much the Saudi royals and their associates have given the Bush family, their friends, and their related businesses, in the past three decades.

      [scene cuts to George H. W. Bush shaking hands with a member of the Saudi Royal family]

      George Bush - Former U.S. President: Seems like a very nice reunion with friends.

      Narrator: Is it rude to suggest that when the Bush family wakes up in the morning, they might be thinking about what's best for the Saudis instead of what's best for you or me? Because 1.4 billion just doesn't buy a lot of flights out of the country. It buys a lot of love.