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Desc:Full film, with bonus Greek subtitles.
Category:Classic Movies, Crime
Tags:politics, Michael Moore, capitalism, Democracy, human rights
Submitted:dead_cat
Date:11/21/10
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dead_cat
Fuck, something seems to have gone wrong with the link. Let's try that again:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xemen5_tvxs-gr-yyyyyyyyyyyy-y yy-yyyyyyy-yy_shortfilms
Toenails
There's a space in the y's. It should read like this:

"yyyyyyyyyyyy-yyy-yyyyyyy-yy"

I believe it's a bug from poeTV's word wrap and the fact that the comment/reply boxes are different sizes than the box you type in.

i'm with frank
Yes. Well worth the minutes of counting 'y's. Even if it is Michael Moore five years after I fell out of love with him.
i'm with frank
Righto, truth be known, I'm Australian and tired. I managed 30 minutes, now it's time for bed. Is it worth coming back and watching the rest? I'm trusting you poetv community.

Jet Bin Fever
Umm... Moore is always a showboat and all. I'm not a huge fan of that, because I think it makes for sloppy, hamfisted documentaries. Granted, there's some interesting points, but you have to sort through a lot of garbage to get there.

Tobster
I consider this his weakest documentary, but there is a story in this about the privatization of juvenile detention facilities that is just amazing and totally worth watching the documentary for.

WHO WANTS DESSERT
That's pretty much how every documentary is. Documentaries are essays in video form, Moore just gets more shit for it because he's popular and political.

Nikon
I thought it was very well done. I don't like all of his videos but this and SiCKO were quite good.

Cat_Mech
Look at Moore as a satirist or employing parody intentionally and the concept of the documentary being weak kinda falls to the side and it starts to shine as something better described as a dark mockumentary that just happens to be dealing with factual topics.

Raggamuffin
30 minute mark is where the movie really starts to pick up. In fact that is where the privatized Juvenile Hall is introduced.

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