Controversial director Michael Moore says Capitalism: A Love Story could be his last documentary, according to the AP. “I’ve done this for 20 years. I started out by warning people about General Motors, and my whole career has been trying to say the emperor has no clothes here, and we better do something about it,” he said. “I’ve been having to sort of knock my head against the wall here for 20 years saying these things. … . What am I supposed to do at a certain point?” Moore, whose newest film opens Oct. 2, says he’s considering shifting into fictional, narrative film. “I’ve made a body of work of nonfiction that I’m very proud of, and like any filmmaker, I’m looking for different challenges, and things that will keep me interested and excited about what I’m doing.”
Sep 15 2009 10:45 AM ET
Michael Moore says 'Capitalism' could be his last doc
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