When I was first told about this documentary, I thought, "Nah, I'll pass on that". Unfortunately, the person telling me about just didn't sell it to me, and didn't describe it very well. It's hard to explain a documentary without telling you what he actually does in it. But in essence, Micheal Moore simply tells you about the disturbing and horrific experiences of people (WITH FULL health insurance) who have been cheated out of their money, and in some cases, their lives.
He goes through the corrupt American Health Care system, their lies to the public, their obvious greed for money, and their lack of care for their fellow man. Quite frankly, it's disgusting how America is dealing with Health Insurance right now, and for their sakes, I hope they change their ways with the next election.
Back on track now, the documentary goes on with Micheal Moore visiting other countries to view their own Health Care systems, to simply compare to the vast differences.
This documentary will leave you in deep thought about many things. One might be how lucky we are in Britain, and how we take our National Health Service for granted.
I, myself was almost in tears as some of the 9/11 workers (who received next to no health care for outrageous amounts of money) started crying when they found out how cheap the health products are in different countries. It really shows the betrayal they received from their country.
Not only does it open up your mind to the corruption in the American Government, it is undoubtedly, Sick.