October 9, 2002
Genre(s): Drama, Documentary
The United States has played witness to a number of violent gun crimes over the past three decades. Filmmaker Michael Moore investigates this problem in order to find out why these crimes happened and if they might have been preventable. As he delves into the problem with gun violence, he investigates historical views of private gun ownership, the types of people who most often own firearms, and even the political and social reasons gun ownership is so heavily protected.