Since the <Fahrenheit 9/11> and <Bowling for Columbine> Filmmaker Michael Moore has not been stopping to unveil the truth of being an native American, what could the Americans including himself could benefit from their very own country where others are living a much better life in comparison to what they already have and living. From social benefit, politic, medical health care & insurance and etc to a better quality living lifestyle, Moore may have just only show you what he wants to show you where other is living a better life than his fellow Americans. What about those third world countries (including some Asian Countries) and for just one simple example where we are living in Hong Kong that is one of the most advance and civilized cities in the globe, with less fortunate to carry the title of "The longest working hours in the world" with lesser benefit to the American.
Despite Moore is back with this hilarious and eye-opening call to arms. Turns out the solutions to America’s most entrenched problems already exist in the world and they’re just waiting to be co-opted. Perhaps Moore should have done his homework further by knowing this situation that is not any worst then America. Other countries just barely live for what is given from the very limited resource within and we do not deny that this is not existing even there are the minority. Equality is what Moore is trying to find to tell his audiences (especially his fellow American government) and how his very own country screw up things that once made this country great. Through his travels, we discover just how different America is from the rest of the world. Seeing the best in people, other people except the Americans how to live and plant the American flag on other's homeland and to steal the good stuff and bring back to America. How ironic? For sure it is for the American who the world thinks they are the strongest and most powerful countries to lead their own nation to live a better live (so called it seems but not it should be).
If this film is made for only his fellow Americans and they will fall for it as majority of the American have not even left the country or to say have a passport to travel. Pathetically, they see things from their limited media resources and the world is only as such through their very own eyes. Yet, <Where To Invade Next> is an expansive, rib-tickling, and subversive comedy in which Moore playing the role of “invader,” visits a host of nations to
learn how the U.S. could improve its own prospects. Like it or not, at least in America, there is still Moore.
Opens Citywide: 17 November 2016