Scene from Capitalism A Love Story
Scene from Capitalism A Love Story

Linkbox med anmeldelser, interviews og videoer om Michaels Moore’s film ’Kapitalismen – en kærlighedshistorie’ (2009), som havde dansk biografpremiere november 2009.
(Tidsskriftcentret, november 2009 – )


Michael Moore
Michael Moore

Kapitalismen – en kærlighedshistorie (Scope.dk). Med biografer og data.

Capitalism: A Love Story (filmens site). Med trailer, videoklip, fotos og spil.

Capitalism: A Love Story (Full Movie) (YouTube.com, 127 min.)

Capitalism: A Love Story (Wikipedia.org)

Capitalism: A Love Story (The Internet Movie Database)

After 20 years of filmmaking on US injustices, Michael Moore goes to the source in ‘Capitalism: A Love Story’ (Democracy Now! September 24, 2009). Interview med Michael Moore – også som video (45 min.).


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På dansk:

Kapitalismen er ond – så op af biografsæderne! Af Janus Noack (Socialistisk Information, 22.11.09)
“Der er lagt op til et grimt brud i Michael Moores nyeste film. Vil tabet af den amerikanske drøm og profitmaksimeringens brudte løfter, der sender amerikanerne hjemløse på gaden, også starte et oprør?”

Michael Moore er tilbage i flyvende form. Af Martin Finneda (Politiken, 19. november 2009)
“Den antiautoritære filmmand går helt til roden af det amerikanske samfund.” Gennemgang af danske anmeldelser.

Det mener anmelderne om Michael Moore. Af Torben Weirup (Berlingske, 20. november 2009)
“Anmelderne roser Michael Moores nye film om kapitalismen for at påpege manglen på moral, men skoser den samtidig for at være forudsigelig.”

En aktivist krydser sit spor – syv sider af Michael Moores arbejde. Af Christian Monggaard (Information, 20. november 2009)
“I anledning af premieren på Moores nye film, portrætterer vi den både populære og kritiserede mand, som er blevet USA’s dårlige samvittighed.”

Det liberalistiske mareridt. Af Christian Monggaard (Information, 20. november 2009)
“Michael Moores nye film er et fantastisk stykke satire og agitprop fuld af humor og retfærdig vrede, som forplanter sig til publikum.”

I kapitalismens navn. Af Mikael Strandbech (Arbejderen 20. november 2009)
“Michael Moore viser i sin nye film, hvilken pris den almindelige amerikaner betaler, når banker, finansielle institutioner og politikere smadrer fælles-skabet og demokratiet i kapitalismens navn.”

Michael Moore hiver slidte tricks op af posen. Af Kim Skotte (Politiken, 20. november 2009)
“Moore laver endnu en provokerende, tankevækkende og underholdende film.”

Kapitalismen – En kærlighedshistorie. Af Nanna Frank Rasmussen (Jyllands-Posten, 20. november 2009)
“Kapitalismen klaskes bastant bagi af den aktivistiske dokumentarist Michael Moore. Han har begået endnu en tankevækkende og ubehagelig øjenåbner.”

Michael Moore en kærlighedshistorie. Af Kristoffer Hegnsvad (Politiken, 20. november 2009)
“Kan Moore stadig være reelt kritisk? Er det faktuelt korrekt, det han siger? … I Moore’sk ånd er løsningen nok at ringe rundt og lade en række kilder belyse problemet.”

På engelsk:

Capitalism: A Love Story. Culture Columm by Pat Stack (Socialist Review, March 2010)
“Moore paints a picture of the colossal growth in disparity … but Moore remains firmly rooted in the traditions of US radicalism..”

Capitalism: A Love Story – Michael Moore dumps capitalism. By Sadie Robinson (Socialist Worker, Issue 2190, 27 February 2010)
“It’s remarkable that a film showing capitalism as a vicious system – and one that people can change – is going to appear in mainstream cinemas. Instinctive class hatred runs through it.”

Review of Capitalism: A Love Story. By Steve Palmer (Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism!, 9 December 2009)
“Instead of criticism, we get complaint; instead of explanation, we get exposures of excess; instead of education, we get befuddlement; instead of Capitalism, we get ”¦ New Improved Capitalism; instead of socialism, we are offered stale nostalgia.”

Michael Moore’s assault on capitalism. By Dan DiMaggio (Socialism Today, Issue 134, Dec-Jan 2009)
“The significance of this phenomenon – a major filmmaker denouncing capitalism in front of an audience of millions in the most powerful capitalist nation in the history of the world – should not be lost.”

Michael Moore slays capitalism. By Barry Healy (Green Left Weekly, Issue 814, 19 October 2009)
“Unlike his previous films that have focused on particular injustices or inanities of the American way of life, this time Moore skewers what he refers to as ‘the big enchilada’ – the capitalist system itself.”

Searing indictment of US capitalism spoilt by nostalgia for Roosevelt’s New Deal. By Jim Creegan (Weekly Worker, Issue 788, October 8, 2009)
“Reporting over a year ago in this paper on the US presidential elections, I observed that ‘capitalism’ is a word seldom heard among the radical-liberals who comprise most of the American left. Michael Moore has gone a long way toward correcting this omission.”

Jonathan Kay vs. David McNally (National Post, October 8, 2009)
“Excerpts from an email debate between National Post comment editor Jonathan Kay and York University political science professor David McNally on Michael Moore’s new film.”

Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story. By By Joanne Laurier and David Walsh (World Socialist Web Site, 6 October 2009)
“A number of elements in the film are to his credit. First, a genuine sympathy for a suffering population … [but] his film is dominated by an internal contradiction: between the harsh social facts he presents and the paltriness of his political solution.”

Capitalism is the problem – a review of ‘Capitalism: a Love Story’ (In Defence of Marxism, 6 October 2009)
“Michael Moore’s new film exposes capitalism for what it is: a system based on the ruthless exploitation of the many by the few, who shamelessly loot people’s lifelong savings, the public treasury, and kick millions out of their homes. By the end of the film, capitalism stands roundly condemned, however, Mike is less clear as to what he is actually for.”

Capitalism, we’re through. By Brian Jones (SocialistWorker.org, October 2, 2009)
“For people without health care or who are losing their jobs, the love affair with the free market is already over – the question is when they’ll find somebody new.”

Review by Louis Proyect (The Unrepentant Marxist, September 25, 2009)
“Despite its formulaic quality and despite some very dubious politics, I have no problem recommending Michael Moore’s ‘Capitalism: a Love Story’. Since there are so few movies (or television shows) that reveal the human side of the largest economic crisis since the 1930s, we must be grateful to Michael Moore for his steadfast dedication to the underdog.”

America’s teacher. By Naomi Klein (The Nation, September 23, 2009)
“On September 17, in the midst of the publicity blitz for his cinematic takedown of the capitalist order, Moore talked with Nation columnist Naomi Klein by phone about the film, the roots of our economic crisis and the promise and peril of the present political moment.”

Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story will find a ready audience. By Mark Weisbrot (MRZine, 13.09.09)
“As an economist who operates in the think tank world, I have to appreciate this film.”

Se også:

Emneliste: Michael Moore & Sicko (Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret)

Emneliste: Michael Moore & Fahrenheit 9/11 (Tidsskriftcentret.dk)

Linkbox: Michael Moores valgkamp (Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret)

Emneliste: Kapitalismen i krise (2) 2009 (Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret)

Emneliste: Kapitalismen i krise (1) 2008 (Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret)

Filmplakat Capitalism : A Love Story 2009
Filmplakat Capitalism : A Love Story 2009

Emneindex: Film

Placering: Modkraft.dk/Tidsskriftcentret/Linkboxe

Kort URL:

Emneord: kapitalisme, kunst, økonomi, USA,

Variantord: capitalisme, capitalistes, økonmoni,

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