Filmmaker Michael Moore's controversial film 'Sicko' is reportedly available for free download on peer-to-peer content Web sites like thepiratebay.org.
An Advertising Age reporter has revealed that she "downloaded a copy and watched it late Thursday night with ease."
Moore has been claiming that his film exposes the American health-care system.
The director had also claimed that he had stashed a print of the movie in Canada, in case the US Government tried to confiscate it.
"As it turns out, the hard part won't be getting the film released, but getting audiences to pay to see it now that it is available for free," the New York Post quoted AdAge as writing.