Fahrenheit 11/9 will be presented with the mix of outrage and mischievous humor that has made Moore the most successful documentary filmmaker in the world.
Now Moore has turned his lens on America under the reign of Donald Trump, going after the lawmakers in Flint, Michigan over their disastrous handling of the city's water crisis and talking to people like David Hogg, one of the survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida that happened earlier this year.
Polemical documentary film maker Michael Moore has unveiled the first trailer for his new film Fahrenheit 11/9, a new broadside which charts the rise of Donald Trump from reality show host to office of U.S. president and his subsequent rule.
In the trailer, Moore also hoses down Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder's lawn with water he says is from Flint, a city that made headlines for the risky amounts of lead in its water sources.
Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 11/9 is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live.
The movies is expected to hit American theatres on September 21. Speaking with HuffPost, Moore described the motives behind his new film. Conservatives won't watch it (unless they convince themselves to hate-watch it to somehow "own the libs") and liberals may be too exhausted with the onslaught of political news to give it much thought.
The documentary will premiere at this year's Toronto film festival before a United States release on 21 September.
"Fuck hope. Seriously, fuck hope", Moore declared.
"If nothing else, I hope this film exposes that grave danger and shows people the way out", he added.