From what I hear Moore himself is only in the film for
a short time. The rest is interviews with a lot of
different people made by small film crews all over
the globe, people who work in the government, people
who work in the military etc. etc..
I never saw Bowling for Columbine. Not sure why,
but it is something with that story that doesn't
I can't say that Moore is un-American, he feels
there are important things that needs to be discussed
and he uses his creativity to reach out to other people.
If you as an American can't raise questions about
things that really bothers you, things would seem like
in some old communist state where everyone had to think
like the leader or be imprisoned or killed.
I will probably see the film when it arrives, mainly
because I've studied a lot of the happenings from 9/11
to the present day, because 9/11 was also something
that when it happened gave me a feeling that something
was not right, and there are a lot of fishy details that
people really need to be told about.
Guess we will see if the movie is good or not.