[S.I.] : MMHA Productions ; Woodland Hills, CA : Distributed by Allumination FilmWorks, 
1 videodisc (95 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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Commentators, Bruce Wilson, Dinesh D'Souza, Penn Jillette, David Hardy, Albert Maysles, Tim Slagle, Andrew Breitbart, Sandra S. Froman, Pete Auger, Chris Ohlsen, Lee McDonald, Jan Jacobson, Mike Tucker, Matt Zaks, Jesse Malouf, Michael Thibodeau, Mike Abraham, Jerry Taylor, J. C. Watts.
Editor, Greg Browning ; cameras, Christopher Ohlsen ... [et al.] ; music & score created by Levi Seacer Jr., Robert C. Ashmun ; animation, Phil Hoeschen ; researchers, Ashley Siegel, Rich Coleman.
Originally produced as an American documentary motion picture in 2004.
MPAA rating: Rated R for language.
Despite the acrimony hinted at in the title, independent writer/producer/director Michael Wilson's documentary takes a far more jocular, good-natured, and thoughtful tone than Moore partisans expect. Indeed, Wilson begins by mimicking "Roger & Me," detailing his own blue-collar Midwest background, his first interviewee is his father. In investigating Moore's documentary style, trying to expose its tricks and deceptions, Wilson talks with politicians, comedians, other documentarians, journalists, and ordinary citizens while continually failing to interview Moore. If imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, then Wilson's film is immensely flattering. Using a clever mix of polemics and entertainment, unique humor, and first-person narration and commentary--Wilson sounds almost exactly like Moore.
Dissent -- Half-truths -- Misleading -- Davison -- Ambush -- Twisting truth -- Flint -- Selling fear -- Washington, D.C. -- Left vs. right -- Finding Michael Moore -- End credits.
Special features: Theatrical trailer (2 min.); Previews (7 min.).
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