9_11_crowd The place to be last night was the Clairidge Theater in Montclair, where Michael Moore’s controversial film, “Fahrenheit 9/11,” had its opening. We caught the mob outside an 11:45 pm show, which was added after eight previous shows sold out. One patron told us he came from Clifton Commons, which he said was closed because of a bomb threat.
The scene also afforded an opportunity to pass out anti-Bush literature including leaflets advertising a “Cookies and Crafts for Kerry Sale” today (1:15-4:30 pm at 23 Macopin Ave., Montclair) and a “Patriots for Regime Change: Show Bush the Door in 2004” BBQ.
For a complete comparison of “Fahrenheit 9/11” and that other blockbuster, “The Passion of the Christ,” click here.