Moore premiered in select locations a cheeky trailer asking the audience to help out the disadvantaged by giving money to the ushers. Then a line of fresh-faced young people marched in with collection cans and t-shirts that said "Save Our CEOs." The audience hooted and applauded.
Yes, those crazy Wall Street banker types are having to go light on bonus money & perks because of those TARP money rules. Michael Moore's next film takes a glimpse into the world of high finance.
I love his "I already gave at the Bailout" remark.
the ceos won't give a shit. they don't care what the public thinks. they live in their little gold-lined bubbles and the riff-raff exist only to clean their toilets and raise their children. however, maybe embarrassing politicians who kowtow to these assholes will help. i doubt it, but maybe.
Moore's film comes out in October. He sought out scorned Wall Street insiders who would spill info... it should be interesting to get a view of what the hell went on there from someone who was there.
I really liked his SICKO film, although sometimes Moore detracts from the Documentary style by stating the facts or overstating them, rather then letting the film tell the story. Still, his films pack a punch & Wall Street deserves one!
ahhh micheal...I wish it was sooner...but thanks for the smidge of an early dose...
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