It seems everyone is talking about it: the recession, the near fatal economic crash, and the greedy market makers of Wall Street . It is the stuff of great films, and both director Sandra Mohr ("Stock Shock-The Short Selling of the American Dream) and Michael Moore ("Capitalism, A Love Story") have come out with movies exposing government and corporate corruption. But the veteran director is not tolerating the competition well.
Michael Moore, a nationally known activist film maker, has virtually smothered the rival film director with his media juggernaut. It seems he only need burp at the table make headlines. Now those burps smell like Sandra Mohr as she has been eaten alive at the box office.
"I've asked Michael Moore to please make room for all of us in Hollywood. After all, "Stock Shock" is a movie after his own heart and only meant to help American investors," says the breathless director Sandra Mohr.