After We Feed the World, a documentary about Our Diet, director Erwin Wagenhofer returns with Let’s Make Money. The film traces our money through the global financial system. This impressive documentary is the first to deconstruct the foundations of the liberal order and its human, demographic and environmental consequences.
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After We Feed the World, Wagenhofer returns with an interesting documentary about the unhealthy workings of the financial system, and the result is a rather lopsided film with a certain lack of interpretation despite a desire to illustrate a complex system.
Let’s earn money, frankly, some of the secrets of the crisis.. a little realization!
An essential film, to be fully seen if you want to see, through the eyes of this brave documentary photographer, all the facts that are told to us from time to time and that nevertheless make up our daily life, our time, our contemporary history … the real world, not the one he sold us Our hypocritical society that consumes media.
The Let’s Make Money feature is to show how neoliberalism is not a matter of ordinary humans, but rather a matter of cold monsters, fully aware of some of what they cause. Unfortunately, we are once again denouncing the financial boom, without seeing the other side: the reversal of cultures and identities. Without it, we can’t gauge the extent of what’s going on…
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Erwin Wagenhofer is a Technician by Training: TGM (Department of Communications, Engineering and Electronics) VIT (Department of Communications, Engineering and Electronics), then worked in the video department at Philips-Austria before becoming a director, freelance journalist and teacher at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. During the filming of Wagenhofer he wore several hats; He was a director, photographer and editor at the same time.
A movie with informational value
Erwin Wagenhofer defines his cinema: “In a review regarding We Feed the World – The Hunger Market, the film has been described as a film of informational value. If the film should really be given a mark, I accept this film that I am making. Informational value because the information values themselves. Vulnerable, values we are losing because such a system contributes to their gradual disappearance.
As in We Feed the World, Erwin Wagenhofer, far from a pure condemnation of a system, invites the spectator to reflect on his responsibility as a citizen: “The film reflects the state of our society. We are all greedy beings and we must stop seeing them in material possession of supreme happiness..we Rich but we’re not happy about it.. We’ve isolated ourselves and our society is shrinking.
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