Bowling for Columbine
This film obtained the Price of the 55e birthday of the Cannes festival of 2002 and received a Academy Award of category documentary. Discussed film, it received as many praises as blames, than it is for its kind (documentary-fiction) or the kind in which it is presented.
SummaryThis film is documentary, a criticism of the american company, and tries to answer this question: “Why the number of Homicide S by Firearm is proportionally higher in the United States than in the other countries? ” (currently, the highest number is with the Brésil). The title refers to the Fusillade of the college Columbine in 1999 where 12 high-school pupils and a professor were assassinated by two their comrades. This event also inspired the film Elephant of Gus Van Sant.
The title Bowling for Columbine comes from the last sentence pronounced by Michael Moore in the film which specifies that the authors of the massacre, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, played bowling with their classmates the attack day before, and played bowling with two with 6:00 of the morning.
- French Title: Bowling for Columbine
- original Title: Bowling for Columbine
- Language: English
- Year of turning: 2002
- Lasted: 114 min
- Realization: Michael Moore
- Scenario: Michael Moore
- Turning: Brian Danitz, Michael McDonough
- Assembly: Kurt Engfehr
- Original music: Jeff Gibbs
- Documentalist Chief: Carl Dean
- associated Assembler: T. Woody Richman
- Animation: Harold Moss.
- Sound: Francisco Latorre and James Oemer
- Cameramen: Brian Danitz and Michael McDonough
- Directing of Production: Tia Lessin
- Coordination: Rheya Young
- Associate producer: Siobhan Oldham
- Coproducer and assembler chief: Kurt Engfehr
- Executive producer: Wolfram Tichy
- Producing: Charles Bishop and Michael Donovan
- Produces by Kathleen Glynn and Jim Czarnecki
- Production: Salter Street Films, SHARP 2 and Dog Eat Dog Films
- Card of film on the Internet Movie Database
- Bowling for Truth
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