Oscar-winner Michael Moore, the social commentator who shook the country to its very foundation with Fahrenheit 9/11 five years ago, is back with a new film about the economic crisis, dubbed Capitalism: A Love Story.
"It's got it all," he said. "Lust, passion, romance and 14,000 jobs being eliminated every day."
The outspoken Moore told The Hollywood Reporter that the escapism lost in his somber documentary is compensated for by his voice of the people's mentality: I have no doubts that people will want to come to a movie that goes after, with humor and reckless abandon, those bastards who've made their lives miserable. They deserve a night out at the movies where the movie is on their side."
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The film hits theatres October 2.