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Moviegoers Give Thumbs Up to Documentary on Moore's Visit

Moviegoers Give Thumbs Up to Documentary on Moore's Visit



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OREM, Utah (AP) -- A documentary about Michael Moore's recent visit to Utah State Valley College -- got a standing ovation.

Last night, more than 4-hundred people packed a U-V-S-C theater to see the debut of Steven Greenstreet's "This Divided State."

Greenstreet, who maxed out two credit cards to make the film, said he was ecstatic about the turnout.

He worked with a cast of 20 people to make the flick. However, one of the film's stars was not happy about the film's debut.

Orem resident Kay Anderson has been trying to keep Greenstreet from releasing it. Anderson had signed an argreement with Greenstreet to allow extensive footage to be shot of him during the Moore controversary.

But Anderson revoked his consent after learning Greenstreet had team up with a U-V-S-C employee that Anderson believes has a liberal bias.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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