To me, this is a much stronger documentary film than 'Bowling for Columbine', at once moving, provocative, disturbing and above all very human. For those willing to first see Fahrenheit 9/11 before judging it, it promises to be a rewarding experience, whatever your political persuasions, and I could imagine that it would serve to strengthen your convictions, to whichever side you might lean (but will hopefully also enlighten). I first saw this movie when it was released on the big screen, but didn't feel able to be completely comprehend it, maybe because I was younger then, and certainly because, at that stage, there was so much going on in US politics before the election, in which George W. Bush again stood in line for the presidency. Well, we all know how that turned out, and after all of the time that has passed since 9/11 this serves as a startling refresher of memory. Well worth owning on DVD.