Friday, June 25, 2004 'Fahrenheit 9/11': Brilliant Marketing, Confusing Priorities 'Fahrenheit 9/11': Brilliant Marketing, Confusing Priorities: "Fahrenheit 9/11' is here, and it's a masterpiece. Not the movie -- the marketing campaign.

It is everywhere, and every enemy Michael Moore makes, sells 100,000 more tickets.

There is some great filmmaking here. The ending where a salt-of-America, conservative mom loses her son in Iraq, is powerful and poignant. But i couldn't show it to you because all Moore sent was less than a second.

You'll have to see the film, see for yourself."

By Joel Siegel
New York-WABC


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