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The new doc takes Thomas Piketty's book about the history of global wealth and power, boils it in a cinematic spoon, and injects it straight into your eyeballs. It does not feel good! But feeling good is so "pre-2016" anyway.
This film serves as a reminder of what lessons we have to learn from our political & economic history. It reminds us that if we don't heed the warning signs from history that led us down the wrong path, we may be doomed to go there all over again.
Like its source material, Pemberton's film takes a wide view of the last three centuries in order to argue that the system itself has never been as flawed as the people who try to rig it in their favor.