With today's release of Michael Moore's new film Fahrenheit 9/11 - which criticises George Bush's handling of the Iraq war - Ticket reader ADAM
ROBERTS of West Worthing, West Sussex, chooses his top five documentary movies.
1. BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE (2002)
Michael Moore's landmark documentary on American gun culture is both a scathing condemnation of corporate greed and an examination of Generation X's social dislocation. By turns hilariously funny and deadly serious, it touched a nerve the world over. And it includes one film appearance Charlton Heston won't want to remember.
2. HEARTS OF DARKNESS: A FILMMAKER'S APOCALYPSE (1991)
If ever …