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Critical Analysis of "Roger and Me"

Summary: A critical analysis of Michael Moore's film "Roger and Me", about the economical impact of the closing of a General Motors plant in Flint, Michigan. Covers the use of irony in the film.
Throughout the film entitled "Roger and Me", which is a film created by Michael Moore about the impacts that the closing of a major corporation has on a city and the surrounding area, there are many references to the creator using irony to establish his purpose. With his purpose being to show the devastating effect of a relatively small society centered around one business, which in this film happens to be a General Motors production plant located in Flint, Michigan, Moore uses such types of irony as situational, verbal, and dramatic. These types of irony effectively establish Moore's purpose, as well as allow the viewers to not only witness the economical impact on the small society, but also to witness a hilarious documentary.

The use of situational irony within the film which is used by Moore helps to establish his purpose, and has the function of allowing viewers...

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