August 20th, 2009
02:18 PM ET
Controversial director Michael Moore is at it again.
The creator of such documentaries as "Roger & Me," "Bowling for Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 9/11" has a new film titled "Capitalism: A Love Story." The film is due for limited release on September 23, going wider thereafter.
This time, Moore is taking on Wall Street and the economy. According to his Web site: "It's got it all - lust, passion, romance and 14,000 jobs being eliminated every day."
In the past Moore has been criticized for playing loose with the facts, including an accusation that text from a Bush-Quayle campaign ad was altered in "Bowling for Columbine." His style has also drawn ire: Many people were also upset by his interview with actor Charlton Heston in the same film.
Moore's supporters and critics will surely have something to mull over with his new documentary. Check out an exclusive preview of the trailer:
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