Washington, Aug 11 (Prensa Latina) U.S. filmmaker Michael Moore will premiere his critical documentary Fahrenheit 11/9 about President Donald Trump on September 6 at the Toronto International Film Festival, according to newspaper reports.
The work, which will reach cinemas for the first time 15 days after the debut, follows the Republican leader's life and career and questions the American political system.
Moore posted a preview of the audiovisual creation, whose title refers to the day after which Trump won the presidential elections in 2016.
The name is related to another MooreÂ´s work in 2004, Fahrenheit 9/11, focused on the former president George W. Bush and the consequences of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in the United States.
That documentary became the biggest box-office hit in history and grossed 222.4 million dollars worldwide, recalled the press.
According to Moore, Fahrenheit 11/9 'is the result of my anger and love for what may still be possible for the United States and the democracy we never really had.'
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