Michael Moore Film at Cable Car
(11.3) Only three more screenings scheduled for the showing of Michael Moore’s presidential election movie: Wednesday at 6:30pm and 8:15pm, and Thursday at 3pm. running time 73 minutes. Rolling Stone describes “Michael Moore in TrumpLand”
. . . a new film culled from two one-man shows the director performed earlier this month in the predominantly Republican town of Wilmington, Ohio. Shot, edited and released in less than two weeks, the movie largely avoids haranguing the Republican presidential nominee, with Moore devoting most of the film to Clinton’s virtues alongside polemics about the decline of the “angry white male” and need for increased gun control regulations.
At the time of the Rolling Stone interview, Hillary was up in the polls and Moore’s major concern was voter complacency.
I think this is all about voter turnout and the more people feel relaxed and not as worried or not believing how important their vote is, because it looks like he’s done. “He’s cooked. Put a fork in him.” That’s going to decrease the number of people coming out to vote for her. There could be a rude wake-up call.
Remember complacency . . . seems like just yesterday.