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Bowling for Columbine

Summary: Short description of Michael Moore's award winning documentary "Bowling for Columbine."
Bowling for Columbine was a liberal look into the advantages of gun control and the negative impact of gun ownership in American society. The director and creator, Michael Moore, travels the country looking for examples of these destructive impressions made on American youth, and looks for an answer to why Americans have so many more gun-related deaths each year while other countries have the same violent movies, violent histories, disturbed youth and gun ownership rates as we do. He does not seem to find an answer to this question, but does come to the conclusion that something needs to be done.

Moore interviews many interesting subjects on these issues and asks them for opinions and suggestions to improving gun control or why society has become so violent. He speaks to famous actor and NRA president Charlton Heston, who protects his right to "bear arms" fervently, but seems to...

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