Documentarian Michael Moore released a casting call of sorts on his website today. He's looking for Americans who are willing to divulge the dirty details on their dealings with HMOs for his in-progress new film, Sicko. "If you've followed my work over the years, you know that I keep a pretty low profile while I'm making my movies," Moore writes. "I'm... well, I can't tell you what I'm doing, but you can pretty much guess. It gets harder and harder sneaking into corporate headquarters, but I've found that just dying my hair black and wearing a skort really helps." He's apparently now looking for a human angle to counteract all that skort-wearing sneaking. "As you can imagine, we've got the goods on these crooks. All we need now is to put a few of you in the movie and let the world see what the greatest country ever in the history of the universe does to its own people, simply because they have the misfortune of getting sick." If you've got a story to tell, Moore suggests you send it to him at michael -at- michaelmoore DOT com. "I will protect your privacy and I will tell the world what you are unable to tell," the Oscar winner promises. "I am looking for a few heroes with a conscience."

[via Filmmaker Blog]
categories Movies, Cinematical