Roger and Me

Year: 1989
Director: Michael Moore
Writer: Michael Moore
Cast: Michael Moore
For all his critics, Michael Moore is consistent. This film takes virtually the exact same approach and follows the exact same format as and Fahrenheit 9/11, albeit smaller, when Moore only had the power to irritate GM rather than the White House.

Following the devastating effects on Flint, Michigan of the closure of all local manufacturing plants for GM, he charts the decline of civilisation and the disparity between rich and poor with his usual humour, wit, sharp observation and heart.

Sad, at times frightening, and always poingnant - the other side of the news.

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