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For a filmmaker with a reputation for humor, this film is not funny. It is all doom and gloom. It seems to me this film aged very quickly during the November 6, 2018 elections, which yielded a result at odds with Moore's overly pessimistic thesis.
Fahrenheit 11/9 is both a deeply moving, darkly funny state-of-the-nation address and a brash rallying cry that looks to young activists like David Hogg and Emma González for hope in a world currently ruled with astonishing apathy.
In the devastating portrait of the Yankee social debacle that is Fahrenheit 11/9, Moore again shows his exhibitionism and his propensity for demagogy; however, their arguments are less one-dimensional here. [Full review in Spanish]