Michael Moore finally got it right this time, movie-making wise. In terms of politics he has always, mostly, preached to the converted as far as this queer is concerned; but I always felt that his points were either weak or poorly argued (or both), and his movie-making abilities, lacking, at best. But Sicko is excellent -- you absolutely must see it.
In Sicko, Michael Moore goes after the health care industry in the US and the picture ain't pretty: a lot of people are uninsured, and some of the people who are insured suffer too, with constant and abusive denials for health coverage. We see how well France, Cuba, the UK and Canada do in the area of health for their population.
I never loved the fact that I live in Canada more.
We get some brief gay content out of a scene from Paris, we see two guys strolling their kids together, and I am pretty sure they were gay, I mean, they could be just French, but by their demeanor to each other and how close together they were...I'm going with gay gay gay.
Seriously, go see this one whether you love or hate Michael Moore. I hope he does a movie about the gays soon, now that he finally got a better hang of it all.