Capitalism: A Love Story Poster

Release Date: September 23rd, 2009

DVD Release Date: March 9th, 2010

R|2 hr 7 min

Plot Summary
Filmmaker Michael Moore explores corporate greed, the global economic meltdown, and their disastrous effect on American lives. As he travels from the Heartland to the financial epicenter of New York and the halls of government in Washington, Moore delves into the price the country pays for its love of capitalism.

Cast: Jimmy Carter, John McCain, Thora Birch, William Black, Elijah Cummings, Baron Hill

Director: Michael Moore

Genres: Documentary

Production Co: Dog Eat Dog Films

Distributors: Overture Films, Overture Films

Keywords: Transformation, Inspiring, 2000s

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  • A freewheeling denunciation of the capitalist system that is often mordantly funny and, by lurching turns, scornful, rambling, repetitive, impassioned, mock-lofty, pseudo-lowbrow, faux-naïve, persuasive, tabloid-shameless and agit-prop-powerful. show more

  • With mixed results, Moore singles out those who profit from the misery of American workers. show more

  • This is a typical Moore oeuvre: funny, often over the top and of dubious documentation, but with strongly made points that leave viewers much to ponder and debate after they walk out of the theater. show more

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