Fahrenheit 11/9

The new film from controversial filmmaker Michael Moore (Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11) is a provocative and comical look at the times in which we live: the Trump era.

Time & Tickets

Michael Moore is back. In Golden Palm winner FAHRENHEIT 9/11 he took on the Iraq War of George W. Bush, and with BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE he exposed the influence of the NRA weapon lobby. In his new film, he tackles the Trump era. The 11/9 from the title refers to November 9, 2016; the date Donald Trump was elected president of the United States.

In FAHRENHEIT 11/9, the director explores two important questions: "How the hell did we get here and how do we get out of it?"

To answer those questions, Moore doesn’t just bash on Trump. He also returns to his hometown of Flint, Michigan, where he shows how the working class suffers from the lack of innovation in the Democratic party. FAHRENHEIT 11/9 is definitely an activist film, right on time for the upcoming American mid-term elections.

Michael Moore, USA, 2018, 128 min. English spoken, Dutch subtitles.