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Documentarian kept quiet after filming U.S. soldiers abusing Iraqis

Michael let me down.  Will his delay help push viewers to his movie?

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- Ruthe Stein, Chronicle Senior Movie Writer
Sunday, June 13, 2004

Filmmaker Michael Moore said Friday he wasn’t sure he did the right thing by saving footage of U.S. American soldiers’ cruelty toward Iraqis for his controversial documentary, “Fahrenheit 9/11,’’ instead of releasing the evidence earlier when it might have helped halt such abuse.
“I had it months before the story broke on ‘60 Minutes,’ and I really struggled with what to do with it,’’ Moore said in a telephone interview with The Chronicle. “I wanted to come out with it sooner, but I thought I’d be accused of just putting this out for publicity for my movie. That prevented me from making maybe the right decision.’’


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