For the past twenty years celebrated filmmaker Michael Moore has made some of the most controversial, subversive and groundbreaking documentaries in cinema history. In his film debut Roger and Me he relentlessly took on the big wigs at General Motors. Bowling For Columbine successfully tackled the problem of America's increasingly violent gun crime. Fahrenheit 9/11 revealed the frightening truth behind one of the world's biggest tragedies and Sicko managed to intelligently raise awareness over the U.S.A's profit orientated health system. In Slacker Uprising Captain Mike faces his biggest challenge yet: an attempt to convince a whole jaded generation to vote and remove George W. Bush from office. During the 2004 elections Michael Moore jumped on the campaign trail with a vengeance. Over the course of 42 days he rallied through 60 cities within "battlefield" states with the aim of inspiring young people to reclaim their country for the good of common man and common sense. Even when facing arrest Moore would stop at nothing in his pursuit to promote freedom, from passionate, insightful speeches to handing out free noodles and clean underwear. Slacker Uprising is a highly entertaining and insightful film created with integrity.