The World According to Bush is a 2004 French documentary, co-written and directed by William Karel based on the book by Eric Laurent, about the presidency of George W. Bush and the history of the Bush family, including his grandfather Prescott Bush, who was on the board of German-owned companies during the Nazi period. The film examines and interviews Bush supporters, including the Christian right, neo-conservatives, and businesspeople, as well as Bush critics and shows televised statements made by Bush and his supporters, including Jerry Falwell. It was nominated for the Best Documentary Award at the European Film Awards and was to have been an Official Selection for the 2004 Cannes Film Festival but was rejected following the selection of Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11.
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