The War on Democracy

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The War on Democracy is a 2007 narrative film coordinated by the British movie producers Christopher Martin and John Pilger, who likewise composed the portrayal.

Concentrating on the political conditions of countries in Latin America, the film is a censure of both the United States' intercession in outside nations' household governmental issues and its "War on Terrorism". The film was initially released in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2007.

The film was created over a two-year period. Carl Deal, boss annalist on the Michael Moore movies Fahrenheit 9/11 and Bowling for Columbine, if the document footage utilized as a part of the film. It is beaten in top quality feature.

The War on Democracy was screened at both the 2007 Cannes Film Festival and the Galway Film Festival. The film was sold to merchants Lionsgate for circulation in the U.K. furthermore, Hopscotch circulation in Australia and New Zealand.

Prerelease screening occurred at two Fopp areas on June 12, 2007, including one that was trailed by an inquiry and answer session with co-chief John Pilger.

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