"How the **** did we get here?" asks Michael Moore as Donald Trump defies the expectations of the media, pollsters, opponent Hilary Clinton and, seemingly, his own party by becoming the 45th President of the United States.
In his latest critically acclaimed documentary, Moore seeks to answer this very question while considering the present state of democracy. Laying the blame for the 2016 Presidential election outcome at the feet of some very unexpected suspects, Moore highlights the rise of state governors who put corporations ahead of their constituants, student movements born out of gun violence, and the grass-roots campaigns seeking to upset 'business as usual' politics at the American mid-term elections.
An amusing, alarming and always fascinating provocation about the so-called "death of the American Dream", Fahrenheit 11/9 is the must-see follow-up to the Moore's Oscar winning Bowling For Columbine and 2004's Palme d'Or winning Fahrenheit 9/11.
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