In presenting a "fireball of a movie that might change your life" (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone), Moore "skewers both major political parties" (Claudia Puig, USA Today) for selling out the millions of people devastated by loss of homes and jobs to the interests of fat cat capitalists. Moore has "dug up some astonishing dirt" (Brian D. Johnson, Macleans ), stories told in the faces of the foreclosed and evicted, in the food stamps received by hungry airline pilots, and in the courage of fired factory workers who refuse to go quietly. But more than a cry of despair, Moore's film raises the possibility of hope. Capitalism: A Love Story is "a movie that manages shrewdly, even brilliantly, to capitalize on the populist anger that has been sweeping the nation" (Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal). Copyright 2009 Front Street Productions, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Distributed Exclusively in Canada by Alliance Films. All Rights Reserved.