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Glennhere.Each Tuesday we bring you reviews and features on documentaries from theatres,festivals,and on demand.In celebration of not just the Cannes Film Festival,which is underway right now,but also the release of my bookCannes Film Festival: 70 Yearsout now through Wilkinson Publishing,we're looking at only the second documentary to win the Palme d'Or.The book isa glossy trip through history,looking at the festival's beginnings,the films,the moviestars,the fashions and the controversies.You better believe I convinced my editors on adouble-page Nicole Kidman spread!

Just earlier this yearI said of Michael Moore's most recent film,Where to Invade Next?,that it was "utterly disgraceful"and that it was bound to "truly be one of the year's worst movies."That film was on my mind as I sat down to rewatch the director's2004 Palme d'Or winning documentary,Fahrenheit 9/11.Would the impact of that initial viewing ofFahrenheit 9/11remain all these years later now that my eyes and mind are much wider?It's a little bit of yes and a little bit of no....more after the jump.

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