Sicko (2007)

PG-13   |    |  Documentary, Drama


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A documentary comparing the highly profitable American health care industry to other nations, and HMO horror stories including shotgun deaths.

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  • Kelly Carlson at an event for Sicko (2007)
  • Diane Kruger at an event for Sicko (2007)
  • John Cusack at an event for Sicko (2007)
  • Kelly Carlson at an event for Sicko (2007)
  • Michael Moore in Sicko (2007)
  • Michael Moore in Sicko (2007)

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20 June 2007 | siderite
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| It's worst than Romania!
I've seen a lot of movies that either make fun or try to exemplify American stupidity, but none convinced me of it unless I've seen Sicko. How can you people put up with this?! The medical system portrayed in this film is worst than here in Romania!

Basically, it tells about the medical system being bought and used by insurance companies to trick people into paying huge sums of money for any medical care, regardless of them having a medical insurance or not. Then there are examples of the Canadian, French, British and Cuban health care systems, which are, as I think they should be, free and of high quality.

And the logic is very simple, even if one chooses to disregard the highly emotional examples presented by Moore: people who win money from not taking care of you will not take care of you.

Take care!

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