How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?

by

Moustafa Bayoumi

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Fahrenheit 9/11 Term Analysis

A polemical political documentary by the progressive activist Michael Moore, which explored the War on Terror and Iraq War, pointing out the bias of mass media and the American government’s connections to the organizations that launched the September 11 attacks. Moore’s film won numerous international awards and remains the most commercially successful documentary in history.
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Fahrenheit 9/11 Term Timeline in How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?

The timeline below shows where the term Fahrenheit 9/11 appears in How Does It Feel to Be a Problem?. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Sami
Racism, Discrimination, and Foreign Policy Theme Icon
Growing Up and Self-Discovery Theme Icon
Justice, Activism, and the Future of American Democracy Theme Icon
...are even deployed at all. One day, one of them buys a bootleg copy of Fahrenheit 9/11 from an Iraqi, and Sami realizes that he is only fighting for the personal gain... (full context)