[July 2, 2007 @ 8:54 pm] David Gratzer

The Times reviewer seems less enamored with Michael Moore than many American reviewers. Perhaps his personal experience with the British NHS has colored his view:

“What [Moore] hasn’t done is lie in a corridor all night at the Royal Free watching his severed toe disintegrate in a plastic cup of melted ice. I have. I’ve spent more hours than I care to remember in NHS hospitals vainly waiting for stitches or praying for the arrival of a midwife. There are no such traumas in Moore’s rose-tinted vision of our glorious NHS.”

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