Where to Invade Next

Nov. 3
7:30 p.m.
Film, Political

Last spring, Michael Moore released Where to Invade Next, a film that takes a look at progressive models of social good in other countries (all of which originated as ideas in the U.S.) while lampooning America’s imperialist reputation. The film received rave reviews, but for a variety of reasons it didn’t gain traction like his other masterpieces, such as Roger and Me and Bowling for Columbine. This week, Casket Cinema gives Where to Invade Next its due with a screening that will feature special guests from the Minneapolis chapter of Veterans for Peace. They’ll be speaking with Casket Cinema co-founder Wilbur Ince, and an exhibition of political art by Mark Wojahn will be on display as well. Meanwhile, Moore is in the news right now for the surprise release of Michael Moore in TrumpLand. The film is an unapologetic argument to vote for Hillary Clinton.