‘Short, sharp, smart essay-film’ – The Hollywood Reporter.
The film is the definitive discourse with Noam Chomsky, renowned linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, and the person widely regarded as the most important intellectual alive, on the concentration of wealth and power at the hands of the selected few.
Profoundly personal and thought-provoking, the documentary has at heart interviews with Chomsky filmed over four years, and combines his meditation on 50 years of policies designed to favor the richest at the expense of the majority, as well as a look at his own life of political activism.
However, most of all, this film is a must-see for those who maintain hope in the democracy, and a potent reminder that the power is ultimately in the hands of the governed.
2015, USA, 73 min.