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    • Bowling For Columbine

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      Bowling for Columbine is a unique documentary written, produced, narrated and directed by activist Michael Moore. The film explores Moore’s perspective on the cause of the tragic Columbine High School massacre. He dives into issues surrounding the other numerous acts of violence that are carried out in the United States with guns.

      Throughout this controversial film, Moore examines the environment and background in which the murders took place. He showcases the common public opinions and assumptions about gun related issues. Overall, he investigates the excessive violence in the United States.

      The film features interviews with numerous people, inclusive of the National Rifle Association’s president at the time Charlton Heston, South Park’s co-creator Matt Stone and famous musician Marilyn Manson.

      Bowling for Columbine was released in 2002 and despite the controversy surrounding the film, it still received several awards. It took home the Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Feature, the Cesar Award for Best Foreign Film, and a special 55th Anniversary Prize from the 2002 Cannes Film Festival to name a few. It also received an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

      All of these awards and many more were well deserved. Moore manages to bring this story to light in a humorous and fascinating manner.

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      Published on March 2, 2009 · Filed under: Crime
    • wednesday

      classic.

    • CBat

      Been a while… love the MM interview.

    • Darrin

      I don't think this link works anymore…

    • Melk

      Not seen this in a long time, modern classic and Michael Moore at his best.

      The link does still work. :)

    • johnson 1444

      i never seen this and i always wanted to…. i finally seen it and i loved it… i did alot of research on columbine and i found out alot on it and was stunned… i see its easy to buy a gun too… this movie showed me that… thats crazy….