I wonder how he liked it.

Mary Katharine Ham reports on the film Manufacturing Dissent. A couple of documentary film makers give the stupid fat white man (Micheal Moore) a taste of his own dogfood.

Among their revelations in the movie, which had its world premiereSaturday night at the South by Southwest film festival: That Mooreactually did speak with then-General Motors chairman Roger Smith, theevasive subject of his 1989 debut “Roger & Me,” but chose towithhold that footage from the final cut…

The fact that Moore spoke with Smith, including a lengthyquestion-and-answer exchange during a May 1987 GM shareholders meeting,first was reported in a Premiere magazine article three years later.Transcripts of the discussion had been leaked to the magazine, and aclip of the meeting appeared in “Manufacturing Dissent.” Moore alsoreportedly interviewed Smith on camera in January 1988 at the WaldorfAstoria hotel in New York.

“We’re a bit disappointed and disillusioned with Michael,” Melnyk said…

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