‘What we invade now?’, The new Michael Moore documentary slap of
The American documentary filmmaker Michael Moore launches new film, which regains good tino of his best work.
there is no doubt that the American filmmaker Michael Moore is a controversial type and their documentaries, focusing on policy issues of their country, often landing on opening day surrounded by controversy . And do not would describe him instead of addressing only his films if it were not, as in fiction films ideology that underlies it is irrelevant to evaluate a specific work, in the political documentary is an ingredient of such importance that no more but to evaluate it, and make sure honesty and logic of their approach. as in trials of literature, he defends a series of theses, and his argument can not be accepted without further
a Michael Moore moves a critical spirit against the abuses of the powerful, whose legitimacy is difficult to discuss
If one looks at his films, must surrender to the evidence that Moore moves a spirit critical against the abuses of the powerful, whose legitimacy is difficult to discuss, especially since evil US that aims not only are not inventions, but they will also show very real to many citizens who really suffer them , such as economic, population and family havoc caused by the relocation of companies the foundation Roger and I (1989) or immorality of precarious work in companies whose profits are astronomical the Big One (1997) .
Best documentary bow to its new release, which constituted Bowling for Columbine (2002) , whose lucid analysis of the reasons why when in when deplorable massacres occur in US shootings won the Oscar that year, great Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) , ranging from electoral fraud in the 2000 elections that ended with George W. Bush in White House to the black arts that led to the Iraq War, awarded no less than the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, and Sicko (2007) , in which he denounced the inhuman system of American health.
Moore calls for improvements to the United States, virtues that countries visiting house and that his lack
Tardía but strategically launched Slacker Uprising (2008) , on the campaign that Moore himself and other artists performed during the 2004 election campaign, in sixty two cities in the United States, in order to encourage participation in elections and dismiss Bush in the Oval Office. Then, as he looked inevitable lashed out with Capitalism: A Love Story (2009) , which examines the origin and management of the global financial crisis and practices economic infamous during the last transition of government.
now comes What we invade now (2015), which is a kind of? continuation of Sicko , or its concept , while it is dedicated to finding the benefits of social organization and politics of other countries, comparing them with the situation in several areas in the United States, and slyly literal and claiming them for this. And the first thing in the same titles, is beating the dominant political discourse of the country on what is supposed to be more concerned about its citizens and, from there, they pointed precisely what should claim the rulers to improve your life.
This document is intended for public US, but examples that collects may seem amazing Hispanic Americans also
Eight the nine states which travels Moore are European , and some have criticized, sometimes with extreme hardness for a documentary like this, without delving into the social upheaval of the continent, just as the austerity policies European Union are destroying our welfare state, but even so, during the footage makes clear that what he claims are still improvements to the United States, virtues that countries are home visit and that his lacks. And besides, as explains the same Moore in the film: clear that these states have their problems and conflicts, like everyone else, but the mission of this documentary “it is to grab the flowers, not the weeds” .
However, do not be deceived: even though What we invade now is intended for audiences? United States, not a few of the examples may seem amazing that collects Hispanic Americans as well. And here again displayed his strength in the assembly to generate a dynamic rate to capture viewers and remain leaning against the screen with an almost permanent half-smile, much as the informative speech, understandable and, at the same time, entertaining, witty, eloquent and humorous . And in a moment we are amazed with the selection of unexpected issues for the seriousness they require, freeze us smile and shakes us with the testimony and the story it tells, and that is when, paradoxically, the film rises.
at some point we are amazed with unexpected issues and were shaken by the testimonies collected, and the film rises
it’s not the biggest slaps that Moore has given him the American society even remotely, and have criticized its less aggressive, as if all treatments in their political documentaries should perform them with a knife between his teeth. In fact, the latest twist in the argument, completely unexpected, is a dazzling and inspiring idea, and probably much more useful this time . A Love Story and closer: Even blockbusting Bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit 9/11 stays away from above Capitalism Sicko . But this new documentary follows slap Michael Moore still very enjoyable and necessary.