Monday, May 21, 2007


With Michael Moore's Sicko movie about to hit theaters, I'm sure we're about to hear quite a bit about the glories of the health-care system in Cuba. Rich Lowry explains the propaganda. Conclusion: "romanticizing Cuban medicine isn’t just folly, but itself qualifies as a kind of sickness."

Update: As Cap Stewart points out in the comments, here is a helpful article that covers some of the basics on Moore's deceptive/effective brand of filmmaking.