Then he travels to Canada, Great Britain and France to compare their systems showing their hospital, doctors, staffs and patients. The memo expresses concern that the movie turns people against Capital Blue Cross by linking it to abuses by for-profit HMOs.
Further he goes on to expose corrupt U. Weinstein, whose company provided financing for the film, is a friend of the Clinton family. In France, Moore visits a hospital and interviews the head of obstetrics and gynaecology and a group of American expatriates.
Guantanamo Bay detainment camp. Her efforts are met with heavy-handed criticisms by Republicans on Capitol Hill, and right-wing media throughout the country, who characterize her plan as the harbinger of socialism.
Loder points to calls for reform in Britain and France due to the same rationing. When asked what he thought about the film Potter said that "I thought that Movie sicko hit the nail on the head with his movie.
She still could not afford the initial consultations, so she held a fundraiser to pay for it. So that is their biggest concern. Synopsis 1 Summaries Documentary look at health care in the United States as provided by profit-oriented health maintenance organizations HMOs compared to free, universal care in Canada, the U.
Interviews are conducted with people who thought they had adequate coverage but were denied care.
Moore would be referred to as a "Hollywood entertainer" or "Hollywood moviemaker" to associate the film as being grounded in entertainment without any basis in objective reality.
Further, he shows the corruption in the political system, with members of government and congress "bought" by the corporations and the situation of the average American citizens, including those that volunteered to work in the rescue mission of the September 11th.
They were afraid that people would believe Michael Moore. Loder points to a film, Dead Meat, by Stuart Browning and Blaine Greenberg, which documents long waiting lists for care in Canada. On The Tonight ShowMoore reported that he was notified that a subpoena regarding his trip to Cuba had Movie sicko been issued.
In the letter to Moore, a Treasury official noted that the department had no record of Moore obtaining a license that authorized him to "engage in travel-related transactions involving Cuba," alleging that Moore violated the United States embargo against Cuba.
Last but not the least, he shows that the prisoners in Guantanamo have better medical treatment than the common people in USA, and he ends getting free treatment to the Americans that participate along the documentary in Cuba. Unable to receive and afford medical care in the U.
Kenefick accused Moore of presenting his words out of context in order to defame him, and both Kenefick and his onetime co-blogger, Lee, criticized Moore for claiming to make this donation anonymously, only to highlight it in his film.
He asks of Americans, "Who are we? Not wanting the U. But the industry, from the moment that the industry learned that Michael Moore was taking on the health care industry, it was really concerned He talks to U. Parmly wrote a diplomatic cable on January 31,which in part read: In the United Kingdom, a country whose National Health Service is a comprehensive publicly funded health care system, Moore interviews patients and inquires about in-hospital expenses incurred by patients, only to be told that there are no out-of-pocket payments.
Moore then compares health-care with other countries like Canada, Britain, France, and even Cuba. Overall, Blumberg stated that "Americans as a whole have yet to buy the philosophy that health care is a right and not a privilege" and if Moore succeeded in popularizing the idea, he "will have done the country a tremendous service.Watch Sicko full documentary movie for free.
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Showing all 5 items Jump to: Summaries (4) Synopsis (1) Summaries. Documentary look at health care in the United States as provided by profit-oriented health maintenance organizations (HMOs) compared to free, universal care in Canada, the U.K., and France.
Moore contrasts U.S. media reports on Canadian care with the. The film is correct: “A June 22 story on Michael Moore’s movie Sicko questioned the accuracy of the claim that health care in the United States costs $7, a person a year.
Ken Sunshine, a Moore spokesman, said the source of the estimate is the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which placed the cost at $6, per capita inDownload