Michael Moore's Donald Trump critique "Fahrenheit 11/9" will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival before hitting theaters September 21.
The Flint-native unveiled the first look at this latest documentary Thursday, releasing a trailer online. The title is an inversion of his 2004 George W. Bush documentary, "Fahrenheit 9/11," which became the highest grossing documentary ever with $222.4 million in worldwide box office.
The date refers to when Trump was declared winner of the 2016 election: November 9th. In the trailer, Moore calls Trump "the last president of the United States."
Moore is also shown talking to David Hogg, a Parkland school shooting victim and now an activist, and also spraying water on Gov. Rick Snyder's lawn from a truck that says, "Flint Water."
"Gov. Snyder, I got some Flint water for ya," he said in the trailer.
"Fahrenheit 11/9" was initially to be distributed by The Weinstein Co. but will now be distributed by Tom Ortenberg's newly launched Briarcliff Entertainment.
The documentary will make its world premiere in Toronto on September 6.
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