"This movie is very different [than other movies made by Moore]" says Oprah. "I want a town hall discussion about it. I think you [Moore] opened the door, but we need to get America talking about it. Republicans talking about it, Democrats talking about it...people who suffered talking about it ."
She was speaking on her show today with Michael Moore about his film "SiCKO", which won critical acclaim in its Cannes debut.
Moore suggested that like fire departments, health care should not be run for profit.
"Health care should be guaranteed to every American, remove the profit from the system, and regulate the pharmaceutical companies."
While More was uttering those words, Oprah could be heard saying "yeah, yeah" and her audience applauded vigorously.
"This is what I think is really great," Oprah said. "What you say at the end of the film. Make this country more about 'we' than about 'me'. Thank you for making that point."
P.S. Michael, I'm still waiting for that private screening!