i watched Fahrenheit 9/11 yesterday. that movie to me was so powerful that every time i close my eyes, some of its images comes to my mind or some of its words come to my ear. no, this is not the first time i’m so impressed by a film. but definitely the first time toward a political film. it’s just incredible that such a film can be played in america during the administration it’s attacking. i was prepared for a bold documentary; it still shocked me with the degree of its boldness. the fact this movie can be played in this country is hardcore democracy. i doubt many other countries can match it. murders of hundreds of thousands of lives committed by the chinese gov’t decades ago still can not be touched even on the Internet. americans who don’t exercise their right to watch this film are simply taking their political system for granted. coming from a non-democractic country, i feel sorry for them. even if you don’t agree with a thing in this movie, this is one of the few opportunities to SEE a complete unsugarcoated report on your gov’t. don’t throw it away!
the film is funny, electrically charged, and thought-provoking. there are people who love this film to death and those absolutely detest it (head over to yahoo for A+ and F ratings). i think this is the beauty of america. i am glad that Moore has the guts to go up against both parties and expose the rampant stupidity and hypocracy in today’s government. you can laugh with tears or vomit at the bloodshedding scenes. no matter how manipulatively moore used facts to make his point. at least he’s using facts while most media is just using words when validating the invasion in iraq. prepare for something that will blow your mind.