"Roger & Me" - Michael Moore triumphantly burst upon the American moviemaking scene in 1989 with "Roger & Me", a hilarious, penetrating forerunner of the independent film movement which was inducted to the 2013 National Film Registry by the Library of Congress and the National Film Preservation Board. Moore doggedly and hilariously tried to do what every working stiff dreams of: talk to the man at the top. His efforts to meet General Motors Chairman Roger Smith and persuade him to visit Flint, Michigan, frame a film that uses humor to overwhelming effect. While slyly lampooning corporate America, "Roger & Me" exposes the devastating first stirrings of the economic tsunami that swallowed Flint, Detroit and all of southeastern Michigan.
• Commentary By Michael Moore, Theatrical Trailer
• Subtitles: English SDH