The doc, a sort of sequel to Moore's anti-W film Fahrenheit 9/11 is set to hit theaters September 21, a date chosen by Moore to spread the anti-Trump word before the mid-term elections.
The trailer, released by HuffPost on Thursday, shows Moore and some of the prominent public figures of the Trump era: Parkland, Fla., shooting survivors David Hogg and Emma González; former Trump campaign adviser Roger StoneRoger Jason StoneIntentionally deceiving voters should be a crime 'Manhattan Madam' to testify before Mueller grand jury: report Crystal ball time: Where are we headed politically? He hopes this film will "end the madness" that people seem content to let continue. They're getting steamrolled by a tyrant because Trump understands media and understands the country he lives in more than those that cover him do.
Flint, Michigan's man-made, lead-poisoned water crisis began in 2014 and resulted in strict regulations being enacted at a state level in 2018, with the water's lead levels finally dropping below federal safety levels in 2017.
Speaking to RTÉ Entertainment in 2016 on the eve of the release of his last film Where to Invade Next Moore advised Irish people to ridicule Trump on a planned but subsequently cancelled visit to Ireland.
Asked if the film provides a "glimmer of hope", Moore shot back, "Fuck hope".
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is setting his sights on Donald Trump and his rise to power in his latest film, "Fahrenheit 11/9".
The title itself references one of Moore's most famous documentaries, Fahrenheit 9/11, which focused on the country after the election of George W. Bush and the events that unfolded after the September 11 attacks in 2001.
Documentary fans have known that Michael Moore's documentaries are not to be missed, ever since the days of the Oscar-winning Bowling For Columbine. "Hope gives you permission to let someone else do the work".