Moore meets with his friend Wallace Shawn and they discuss what capitalism and " free enterprise " mean. These are pretty exotic".
I get to give him his stage. After Congress rejected the bailout on September 29,pressure was applied. The film begins a Michael moore capitailism a love story of security footages of bank robberies one of the robbers was even on a crutch accompanied by the song "Louie, Louie".
Moore reports that these former Goldman executives used the bailout money to rescue Goldman and other favored companies. Synopsis The film alternates between a fierce critique of the status quo, personal portraits of the suffering caused by the recent economic crisis, and comical social satire.
It has brought, like, half a million people downtown in the first two years. In a final twist, the eviction squad offers the Hackers cash to clear out their yard. The film then presents a mockery of what would happen if Jesus was a capitalist who wanted to "maximize profits", to "deregulate the banking industry" and wanted the sick to "pay out of pocket" for their "pre-existing condition", in contrast with several news pundits who proclaim the success of various capitalist enterprises as being a "blessing from God.
The film was quickly locked away. But identifying their suffering, and even the cause of their problems, is very different from persuading them that capitalism is evil, although they might just buy in to what Moore says is the core message of his latest film — "that Wall Street and the banks are truly the enemy, and we need to tie that beast down and quick".
In contrast, Moore muses, ordinary American people eventually suffered from crises like Hurricane Katrinawhile the rich are unaffected. You have to eliminate it and replace it with something that is good for all people and that something is democracy.
They corroborate this, reporting low pay, massive debt, being on food stamps and taking second jobs. President Franklin D Roosevelt was ailing. That he and the other health insurance companies got together and pooled their resources to smear me and the film Sicko to try and stop people from going to see it because, as he said, everything Michael Moore said in Sicko was true, and we were afraid this film would be a tipping point.
So was the widow of the bank worker. When one of them dies, Wal-Mart claims on the policy. The film closes with Moore placing police lines around numerous banks, and lastly, Wall Street itself. Treasury in leading up to the United States housing bubble that devastated the American middle class.
They came again as Moore focused on the eviction of the foreclosed. Bush enjoying his final year in office as companies announce massive layoffs and the economy starts to collapse.
Black compares the financial crisis to the failure of a dam: The film then shows the events leading up to the U. But with capitalism, he complains, you get political and economic rolled in to one.
Roosevelt, who supported the Flint Sit-Down Strike in Moore also includes a long-lost archival footage of FDR calling for a Second Bill of Rights that would guarantee all Americans "a useful job, a decent home, adequate health care, and a good education.
In his youth he was drawn to the Berrigan brothers, a pair of radical priests who pulled anti-Vietnam war stunts such as pouring blood on military service records. Wal-Mart keeps the lot.
Its timing is exquisite, coming in the wake of the biggest financial collapse in living memory. Moore then discusses with William Black, who analogizes the situation to the build-up of the collapse of a dam. Moore compares this action with the Flint sit-down strike of — and recalls President Franklin D.
It is a war profiteer, bilking millions from the pockets of average Americans.Capitalism: A Love Story is a patriotic call to arms that seeks to ignite rage in the viewer who is tired of political stupidity resulting in poverty and hardship among a dwindling middle class.
It begins by tracing the growing gap between the rich and poor, from the Depression through the s "free enterprise" boom/5(). After guns and the Iraq war, Michael Moore is now taking on an entire political and economic system in his latest documentary, Capitalism: A Love Story. So what message does the man who once.
Oct 02, · Watch video · Michael Moore's latest feature, Capitalism: A Love Story, has everything I could want from one of his films: a hotly debated and relevant issue, information, personal accounts, funny clips, and great music/10(K).
Capitalism: A Love Story examines the impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans (and by default, the rest of the world). The film moves from Middle America, to the halls of power in Washington, to the global financial epicenter in Manhattan.
Film-maker Michael Moore begins this revealing documentary with the. Michael Moore's Capitalism: A Love Story comes home to the issue he's been examining throughout his career: the disastrous impact of corporate dominance on the everyday lives of Americans (and by default, the rest of the world).
But this time the culprit is much bigger than General Motors, and the /10(41). Michael Moore is up to his old tricks in Capitalism: A Love Story, and that's sure to both infuriate, and entertain and inform, depending which side of the Michael Moore 75%.Download