I recently discovered a documentary (of sorts) that seems like it might be worth a look.
Here is a link to a site for the film.
And here, from that site, is one comment about the documentary:
“A brilliant documentary/comedy, part Monty Python, part Michael Moore; brings to life the question: Can one join the power elite and yet work for the public interest?”
-Joseph A. Soares, Professor of Sociology, Wake Forest University, Author, Power of Privilege: Yale and America’s Elite Colleges
I’m guessing a segment of the audience out there may be in favor of Monty Python but not of Michael Moore. I wonder if the reverse is true. Are there people who like Michael Moore’s work but not the artistry of Monty Python? That seems less likely.