Fahrenheit 9/11 wins Palme d’Or

U.S. filmmaker Michael Moore’s “Fahrenheit 9/11,” a scathing indictment of White House actions after the September 11 attacks, won the top prize Saturday at the Cannes Film Festival.

With Moore’s customary blend of humor and horror, “Fahrenheit 9/11” accuses the Bush camp of stealing the 2000 election, overlooking terrorism warnings before September 11 and fanning fears of more attacks to secure Americans’ support for the Iraq war.

Michael Moore said :

“I can’t begin to express my appreciation and my gratitude to the jury, the Festival, to Gilles Jacob, Thierry Fr

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6 thoughts on “Fahrenheit 9/11 wins Palme d’Or”

  1. I swear… If this film is not going to be available in the US, I will personally bring it back to the US myself as just one of my many DVD collections.

  2. I don’t understand why they wouldn’t allow this film in the U.S. It’s his work and his country. A country that allows freedom of expression. How could it be banned?

  3. Micheal Moore is a grossly obese cock sucking faggot who is kissing up, or rather sucking up (slurp slurp down goes the dick yorgurt) to the elite self proclaimed godlike freaks in hollywood for a shot at fame. He would sell out his country and soul, just to get famous so that maybe some chick will let him stick his micro penis into her gold digging little snatch. Truth is, some bimbo will no doubt spread for him now, but most likely will vomit at any reminisence of the event. Michel Moore, you should go to Iraq like Sean Penn and get yourself some goat. It’s better than selling out your country, TRAITOR!!!!!!

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