Source: http://9news.com/acm_news.aspx?OSGN...MPLATEID=b010ff41-ac1f-02c5-0009-00c014346932 Apparently, Fidel Castro ordered that a bootleg copy of Michael Moore’s film ‘Fahrenheit 9/11’ be shown on state television. This could disqualify the film from the 2005 Academy Awards because Oscar rules state that no competing film can be broadcast on Television or the Internet within nine months of its theatrical release. (Though I’m sure they’ll find a way to have it nominated simply because it was a bootlegged copy that was broadcast.) Personally, I don’t think it deserves an Oscar, or the Palme D’Or for that matter, but then again I haven’t seen any of the other films that were competing. Kind of ironic though that Moore wanted people to see this movie by any means, even if it meant downloading it illegally and now I’m sure he’s very displeased.