Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media (1992)

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A film about the noted American linguist/political dissident and his warning about corporate media's role in modern propaganda.


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Mark Achbar , Peter Wintonick

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17 November 2004 | gpviau
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Plain and simple, this was a good movie. At first blush, one may want to say, "Oh, it's kind of like Farenheit 9/11 by Michael Moore". Well, sure - you could say that. But you'll quickly see that this isn't an attack on a president or an administration or a wealthy family. Rather, it's a film that outlines the propaganda machine among all of our media channels (radio, TV, print, etc.)

It's long at 2 hours and 45 minutes, but it's worth it. It will make you think about why you think something, and make you realize that propaganda isn't something that happens in other countries. We do a great job of it here in the U.S.

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