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Generation Wealth is a movie starring Lauren Greenfield, Bret Easton Ellis, and Paris Cronin. A documentary that investigates the pathologies that have created the richest society the world has ever seen.

Lauren Greenfield
Paris Cronin, Lauren Greenfield, Bret Easton Ellis, Mijanou

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Genres Documentary
Director Lauren Greenfield
Writer Lauren Greenfield
Stars Paris Cronin, Lauren Greenfield, Bret Easton Ellis, Mijanou
Country USA
Also Known As Wealth: The Influence of Affluence, Generation Wealth - Der Preis des amerikanischen Traums, A geração da riqueza, ジェネレーション・ウェルス, Generación riqueza, Den superrige generation, Pokolenie pieniadza, Besatta av rikedom
Runtime 1 h 45 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A documentary that investigates the pathologies that have created the richest society the world has ever seen.

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Sunday, 19 Jul 2020 12:34

The film's main theme is very profound, and the message it conveys in very simple, yet profound ways. That message is summed up in the title of the film: Generation Wealth. The film highlights a multitude of wealth generation stories and so many other rich story lines that it is impossible to list all of them here. If I were to name one of the best, that would be The Greatest Generation, which is narrated by the great Russell Crowe. In this film, Crowe plays the role of Sam Tilden, an American newspaper publisher who shares his experience as a young man who came to America with a dream. Crowe's story is very interesting, and as the film progresses, his character's perspective on his experiences is steadily changing. He's now a man of wealth, but still living in the American dream. But, in many ways, Crowe's character is still a young man, even though he is in his late fifties. He still loves his family, his friends, and his daughter. However, as the film progresses, Crowe starts to realize that his life isn't perfect, and that he can't just live the American dream anymore. This realization causes Crowe to begin to change his lifestyle and his family's lifestyle to suit his needs. He has to change from a young man with a dream to one who has achieved wealth in his lifetime. This change is because of a group of people called Generation Wealth, which is a group of wealthy Americans. They are people like Sam Tilden, who was able to get rich, but he still loves his family, his friends, and his daughter. The film highlights the progress of this group of people throughout the film, as they help Crowe adjust to his current lifestyle. They help him get his dream back, but in the process, they help him make a mistake in his life. We also see a number of other wealthy people in the film, like George Bush, who is a rich man, but is still the man he was in his youth. He still has a dream, but is having difficulties adjusting to his current lifestyle. Another example of this is the film's narrator, Russell Crowe. He's very well known for his role as 'The Greatest Generation'. The man has been nominated for an Oscar, and he has been nominated for an Emmy, and he has been nominated for Golden Globe. This is because he has played this role so many times that he is the Greatest Generation. The film's title also speaks to the theme of the film: Generation Wealth. It is the great history of the American people, and the many ways that they have changed. The film clearly shows us the experience of Sam Tilden, and his journey through his life is very interesting. I recommend this film to anyone, rich or poor, who wants to see some amazing wealth generation stories. It is very important that we all see the realities of life, and the reality of wealth generation stories. The films will touch you, it will make you laugh, and it will make you think. I highly recommend this film, and I strongly encourage you to watch it. It is very worth your time. 8/10
Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 10:34

A series of discussions between finance and political leaders that came to the debate about the financial crisis in 2007. There are many things that are wrong with this film, including the fact that the time line is very outdated, particularly in relation to the financial crisis of 2008. I think the main problem is that it fails to point out how the government played a role in the crisis, and in particular the role of the Federal Reserve Bank in the US. As in the UK, the IMF played a crucial role in the crisis, and that is what we see in the film. But the film fails to point out how the government was complicit in the failure of the financial system, not just in the US but throughout the world. Why should we believe the financial industry that they would give the thumbs up to a government that has failed to do anything about the crisis? Why should we believe that the government of China would do anything about the problem? Why should we believe that the IMF would do anything to correct the problems that they have created? The question that the film tries to answer is not just about the financial crisis, but the impact it has had on the global economy. And it's a difficult question to answer. I think this is something that is often overlooked, and the films tries to make a point about this. The film does a good job of drawing a connection between the financial crisis and the impact of climate change on the world's cities. But it does a poor job of saying why this has happened, and why it has a very bad effect on the world economy. This has to be one of the biggest economic issues that the world has ever faced, and the film fails to say what this has to do with the global economy. There is no convincing argument to support this. The film does do a good job of pointing out the moral dilemma that many have with this issue. However, I don't think that this is enough to make a film that can convince the audience to accept a solution. The film does make a few good points about how the financial system has been abused, and the role that central banks have played in the system. But I don't think this is enough to persuade the audience to accept the solutions that are proposed. It's an interesting film that attempts to make a point about this topic. However, it is a very low key, and very minimal. I think the film should have done more to point out the flaws of the financial system and the role that the government has played in this. I also think that the film should have made a point about the moral dilemma that many have with this issue. I don't think that the film does this. It is a good documentary, but it isn't as good as it could have been.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 10:00

It is extremely important to note that in this documentary, you are NOT watching a documentary about the last 20 years of the Bankers' lives. You are actually watching the Life of Richard Branson, a billionaire businessman and one of the richest people in the world. During the first hour of the film, Branson travels the world to promote the film, and he provides commentary as well as interviews with the family members of some of the "most notorious" Bankers. For the uninitiated, Branson is considered a weirdo by most of the world, and the documentary does a great job of showing the human element of this eccentric billionaire. As the documentary ends, Branson continues to travel the world to promote the film, which culminates in the largest Global Citizen Festival on a single occasion. The documentary is a well done documentary that leaves you thinking for hours after viewing it. A lot of the footage is taken in the last 2 hours, as Branson travels to Hawaii, and then back to the United States. The last 20 minutes of the film are quite interesting, as Branson has a long talk with a guy on a little island who tells Branson about his experiences, and how he is related to many of the Bankers. It is very interesting to see that a documentary is able to come to this point, and to show Branson's ability to reflect on his own life and legacy. I enjoyed the film, but if you don't like traveling, or if you don't like people getting the inside scoop of the people around you, you might want to skip this one. It is well worth it though.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 20:10

Anyone who is looking for the basic, unvarnished facts of the life of billionaire William Randolph Hearst, I highly recommend this documentary, which puts the spotlight on the man's downfall. The documentary is fairly straight forward, and not a lot of historical details are ever mentioned. It's still an excellent look into what it was like growing up under Hearst's roof, and all the dark and violent times he was responsible for. I find it very interesting to learn how Hearst became a "producer", a career that started in the early 20's. Hearst worked his way up, but didn't quite make the "big time" until the late 1920's, when he began producing the big Hollywood films like "The Great Depression" and "The Birth of a Nation". He was no longer a silent movie producer. From there he was hired to produce films like "Gone with the Wind" and "Reds" and various "Silver Screen Classics". After some time, he moved on to making films like "The Wizard of Oz", "The Great Depression", and "Gone with the Wind". It's interesting to watch how this film depicts the man's career. It's not always pretty, and there are some dark moments, but Hearst was a pretty normal guy. In the last years of his life, he was feeling sorry for himself, but he also knew that he had to stop his old ways of taking everything he wanted. He had to take a stand and make some hard decisions. He started to be very hypocritical. While his films had many good moments, most were mostly comedic, not sad or sentimental. The film doesn't really focus on his real life struggles, which are quite interesting. The film doesn't really show the reasons why he was being so hypocritical, but it is interesting to learn how Hearst was being hypocritical for years before he started to grow up. The documentary is not an objective look at Hearst. It's only the beginning of the man's life, and the film takes a look at his work and life, not his personal life. Still, the film does make a strong point that the man had a lot of dark, disturbing times in his life, and it's interesting to see the aftermath of his career, and the times in between. He was very hypocritical and a hypocrite. There were good things about his films, but there were also bad things. I like the fact that this documentary shows all the positive aspects, and the bad things. It's a great look at the man's life and career.

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