All right, Moore. You got all my softball questions in Part 1 of your OscarWatch interview. Now I’m going to get all Mike Wallace on your behind and confront you on a number of controversial topics regarding your new documentary, Capitalism: A Love Story (in selected theaters today). Why, for example, didn’t you include a response from WalMart in the section of the film chastising the mega-corporation for taking out insurance policies against some of their employees? Isn’t it manipulative to have a scene showing the widower of a dead WalMart worker reading a letter to his deceased wife? And isn’t your film, which lauds ordinary citizens for standing up to authorities trying to evict delinquent homeowners, basically inciting widespread violence in this country? So, can you handle it?

Read Lisa Schwarzbaum’s report on Capitalism‘s Lincoln Center premiere.

More OscarWatch interviews:

Matt Damon: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Colin Firth

Abbie Cornish: Part 1, Part 2