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Where To Invade Next

WHERE TO INVADE NEXT is an expansive, hilarious, and subversive comedy in which Academy Award®-winning director Michael Moore confronts the most pressing issues facing America today and finds solutions in the most unlikely places and proves to be an eye-opening call to arms to capture the American Dream and restore it in, of all places, America.

Director: Michael Moore
Year: 2015
Time: 120 min

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Share WHERE TO INVADE NEXT with those in your life. Wherever you live in the world, Moore and team offer plenty of instances to contemplate our common humanity.

Learn about how the issues raised in the film are addressed in your country/community. Keep informed of the changing ways of the world, and remember to raise your voice by voting – provided you have the right.

Read the U.S. Constitution, and reflect upon the concepts put in place by the nation’s founding fathers. This site offers an easy means to access this text and provides expert writings on the individual subjects.  

Be inspired by some of the many recipients of The Hammer & Chisel Awards, an award series created to accompany the film’s release in collaboration with The Huffington Post, which aims to “honor individuals who have, in their own unique and courageous way, made America a better place for all.

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Michael Moore: ‘Trump Inspires His Side. It’s Like Munich In 1932’

We didn’t research this film. We didn’t spend months in preproduction. We spent three weeks looking up a few things. We just decided to keep ourselves open to whatever we found.”

Read the full interview on the Guardian.

Michael Moore Films Ranked From Worst To Best

“Where to Invade Next? opens up in UK theatres today. Here at Flickering Myth I thought it’d be worthwhile to look back on the controversial filmmakers work to see if Michael Moore’s sentiment still holds up. Did some of his warnings come to fruition, or was it all sensationalism? Does Moore warrant such backlashes? And how sentimental is he truly?”

Read the list here.

Hammer and Chisel Awards

“The Hammer & Chisel Awards, created in conjunction with the upcoming release of Michael Moore’s new movie Where To Invade Next, honor ‘individuals who have, in their own unique and courageous way, made America a better place for all.'” 

Read more about it here.

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Employees in many countries around the world are guaranteed by law that they will be given a specific number of paid days off each year for vacations and holidays. Paid time off is a privilege, not a right, in the United States. There aren’t any laws which mandate that employers pay workers for time off from work.

Find out more on Todays Lifestyle.

Why Students Hate School Lunches

“More than 30 million children trundle through school cafeteria lines every day in the United States and thanks to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, which took effect in 2012, they are no longer served greasy pizza, salty French fries and sauced up chicken wings. Meals must now be lower in fat, calories and sodium and contain lean proteins, more fruits and vegetables and whole grains. And kids from coast to coast are wrinkling their noses.”

Continue reading on The New York Times.

Portugal’s Example: What Happened After It Decriminalized All Drugs, From Weed to Heroin

“Though at least 25 countries have introduced some form of decriminalization, Portugal’s holistic model and its use of dissuasion panels sets it apart.”

Read the article on Vice.


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