Michael Moore has suggested that his latest foray into documentary Capitalism: A Love Story may be his last.
While at the Toronto Film Festival, Moore explained his frustration at his inability to promote change in public policy through his movies:
“I’ve been having to sort of knock my head against the wall here for 20 years saying these things,” he said.
Referring to previous work on the healthcare system – Sicko – the director explained: “Two years ago, I tried to get the health care debate going, and it did eventually, and now where are we? What am I supposed to do at a certain point?”
The 45-year-old went on to add: “I think making a good movie is about telling a good story, and you can do that through fiction or non-fiction.”