Michael Moore Invites Wall Street Executives to Play a Part in Movie about Financial Fraud

01.03.2009 - New York - Pressenza IPA

The controversial director sent out a letter on February 11th inviting Wall Street executives to denounce the real causes of the crisis in the United States financial system. “I am in the middle of shooting my next movie and I am looking for a few brave people who work on Wall Street or in the financial industry to come forward and share with me what they know,” says Moore in the letter.

Michael Moore’s intention is to use the same tone as in “SiCKO,” his last documentary, which denounces the frauds and injustices of the American health plans. His other works, “Bowling for Columbine” and “Fahrenheit 9/11” are also notorious for denouncing war and the arms industry, and especially for criticizing the Bush administration and the war on Iraq.

In his new project (which still has no title) Moore will continue to investigate the abuses of the Bush administration, trying to show the problems that led to the world financial crisis. “I believe there are a number of you who know ‘the real deal’ about the abuses that have been happening. You have information that the American people need to hear. I am humbly asking you for a moment of courage, to be a hero and help me expose the biggest swindle in American history,” he continues in his letter to the executives.

The director guarantees that the names of all those who wish to tell their story will be kept confidential. (If you would like to read the whole letter, you can find it at

*Colaborate Chris Wells

Categories: Culture and Media, International, North America


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