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The Fever is a 2004 television film, a psychological drama produced by HBO Films, and directed by Carlo Gabriel Nero and based on the 1990 eponymous play by writer/actor, Wallace Shawn. The film stars Vanessa Redgrave and includes cameos by Angelina Jolie, Joely Richardson and Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Moore. The film follows the existential crisis of an unnamed urban sophisticate (Vanessa Redgrave) who becomes aware of the nature of world politics, economic exploitation and the vapid consumerism around her. A series of events lead her to visit an unnamed third world country, representing an exotic location somewhere in Eastern Europe, where the entire economy and populace are geared towards the tourist industry. Even as she enjoys the rare taste of its products she is made starkly aware of the reality behind the façade by a journalist (Michael Moore) who, subsequently, suggests a visit to the country's war-torn neighbour in order to experience a true picture of life...
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