Fahrenheit 911 Analysis

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Fahrenheit 911 is a documentary film, directed by Michael Moore and released in America in 2004. The film is a brisk and entertaining indictment of Bush’s administration. Michael Moore presents a one sided picture of Bush’s administration in order to discourage the support of the society for Bush’s re-nominating in 2004 election. The introduction plays a role as a premise for those events happens after Bush’s win in the election in 2000. In this introduction, he shows how the media have affected the result of election. He also mentioned that Fox news director who directed election news is Bush’s cousin. This detail implied to audiences the ambiguous in the way media influent people’s decision and result of the election. Then he continues to show objecting the result and a protest in Bush’s inauguration day. At this point, he remarks to viewers that this is a controversial presidency. The effect of this is raising a question in viewers mind about the transparency of the election result. It also evokes the disbelief of people and might direct them to connect to what happens next. The introduction ends up with quote my Michael Moore “a nasty but could be worse, the kind if day in Washington”. It seems to foreshadow about the 911 attack, which appears in the next scene. Michael Moore is keen on juxtaposition and it effectively leads…show more content…
The juxtaposition is very well done and used effectively. However, the information flows in the film somehow and sometime are obviously seen as one sided which is dislike or disapproval for Bush’s presidency. Sometimes I cried, I laugh or feel angry while watching this movie but also I once asked myself “is this film casually fair or dose it nearly leans to one side?” And I think it could make confusion for audiences to trust the film or
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