Fahrenheit 9/11

From start to finish, the film is about what is really going on with the war in Iraq. It begins with some highlights regarding the erroneous coverage of the presidential election in 2000, continues on with dozens of politicians caught saying various incriminating things on tape and finishes off with american soldiers admitting things that haven't been shown anywhere else on national tv. This documentary is startling in the number of incriminating things that the director somehow manages to capture on tape.

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Factual error: A headline from the Pantagraph (an Illinois newspaper) dated 19 December 2001, is shown in big letters to read, "Latest Florida recount shows Gore won election." In fact, no edition of the Pentagraph has ever featured an article that claimed this. The only time those words appeared in that newspaper was in small print over a letter to the editor dated 5 December 2001.

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Young African American male in Michigan: And I was watchin' TV one day, 'and they're showin' like some of the buildings and areas that had been hit by bombs and things like that, and while I watchin' I got to thinkin' like', "There's parts of Flint that look like that, and we ain't been in a war."

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Trivia: Has the highest weekend opening gross ($23 million) of any documentary. It also holds the record as the highest-grossing documentary of all time ($222 million worldwide, $119 million in the US alone).

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