Michael Moore sets his sights on the plight of the uninsured in this eye-opening, Oscar-nominated documentary. In the world's richest country, 45 million people have no health insurance, while HMOs grow in size and wealth. Moore also explores the widespread use of antidepressants and their possible link to violent behavior. With his trademark humor and confrontational style, Moore asks the difficult questions to get to the truth behind today's health care.
Which, I may or may not enjoy. The reasoning is what makes me laugh.
Why is This Recommended:
Super Size Me
What on earth does Brokeback have to do with a movie about HMOs.... is there a typo somewhere in the Brokeback description? Someone forgot an o?