To show what the USA can learn from rest of the world, director Michael Moore playfully visits various nations in Europe and Africa as a one-man "invader" to take their ideas and practices for America. Whether it is Italy with its generous vacation time allotments, France with its gourmet school lunches, German with its industrial policy, Norway and its prison system, Tunisia and its strongly progressive women's policy and Iceland and its strong female presence in government and business among others, Michael Moore discovers there is much that American should emulate.
|nudity||Full frontal nudity with moderate detail is featured in the film, but justified by context and not excessive. The film contains a brief depiction of male and female full frontal nudity in a scene where a nude couple is seen stepping into a pool to relax after their work, the woman's breasts and pubic area and the man's penis visible. A poster of a topless woman is shown, breasts visible.|
|profanity||The film contains brief uses of coarse language, such as the expletive "f**k", as well as the stronger expletive "motherf**ker".|
|alcohol||Drug taking is depicted with some detail. The film contains several scenes of drug use where drug abusers are seen rolling and smoking joints (i.e. marijuana), as well as smoking glass pipes and bongs. Although the scenes of drug use are presented in brief and quick sequences, they would be more suitable for an older audience.|
|frightening||In the film, Moore explores the social and political issues in America by comparing them with how other countries handle similar issues. For example, Moore highlights the decriminalization of drug use in Portugal, and relates it to the reduction of drug-related crimes in the country. While these methods and their seemingly positive outcomes in other countries are presented as facts in the film, some maturity is required to comprehend and discern that the film's message is infused with the filmmaker's personal views. 'Where To Invade Next' is a documentary that features the film director, Michael Moore, who travels to several European and Nordic countries to learn of the best practices that these countries have adopted which the USA could emulate. Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for language, some violent images, drug use and brief graphic nudity|