Documentary Worth Watching: Sicko

While a bit older, and definitely skewed (I live in Canada and enjoyed the slightly incorrect portrayal of my home country), I am a big fan of the message behind Sicko: everyone should have health care.

If you haven’t watched this 2007 documentary by Michael Moore, it is definitely worth watching.

Details: After exploring the predominance of violence in American culture in Bowling for Columbine and taking a critical look at the September 11th attacks in Fahrenheit 9/11, activist filmmaker Michael Moore turns his attentions toward the topic of health care in the United States in this documentary that weighs the plight of the uninsured (and the insured who must deal with abuse from insurance companies) against the record-breaking profits of the pharmaceutical industry.

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