66th Venice Film Festival by Rita Di Santo
Capitalism: A Love Story
Michael Moore has gone in a similar direction with his Capitalism: A Love Story.
With both humour and outrage, Moore asked another taboo question: What is the pricee that America pays for its love of capitalism?
A kind of love that after Roosevelt is turning the American dreams into a nightmare.
Where one percent of the country is running the economy.
“Politicians won’t change anything on their own” Moore counseles.
The documentary looks at the history of American economical growth and the ethic behind it.
The issues are sometimes difficult to follow, details sometimes confused.
Moore is most effective when he leaves the political analysis and starts to focus on real people.
At the end the film offers for the future, and shows how much has changed in only the past few years.