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(3497) 6.6 105 min 2018

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.

Starring
Bret Easton Ellis, Mijanou, Paris Cronin, Lauren Greenfield
Genres
Documentary
Director
Lauren Greenfield

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

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Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 13:03

The average person has no idea what wealth is, and what are the consequences of wealth. "The Generation Wealth" is a documentary that follows the life of wealthy people. I think the point of the documentary is that wealth is not always the same, and wealth can be extremely destructive. The documentary focuses on the life of wealthy people in the U.S., as well as the lives of other wealthy people. It is not about wealth, but rather about the impact wealth has on people and how the wealth affects them. It is a documentary that shows the impact that wealth has on people, and how the wealth affects them. The documentary also talks about the effect of wealth on relationships. It shows that wealth can affect the people around you, and that wealth can have a negative effect on relationships. The documentary covers a lot of topics, including people's thoughts on wealth, the impact of wealth on relationships, and how the effects of wealth can be damaging to the people around them. The documentary covers topics such as how the wealthy view money, how wealth affects their life, and how the wealthy view wealth. In addition to the documentary, the documentary also contains interviews with people who are wealthy, including people who are successful, and those who are less successful. I believe that this documentary is very well-done. It is very informative and is well-written. It has a great storyline, and is very well-made. It was well-directed, and it was a great documentary. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the impact of wealth on the people around them.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 18:16

It is more than time that the older generation of Americans get an honest look at the wealth in this country, starting with the most recent generation. The wealth of this country is a lot like the wealth of people. These people have a great deal of wealth, but the rest of us have little or nothing. These people are so comfortable, they do not notice the poverty of the rest of us. It is time that we recognize this fact, and the younger generation, beginning with their parents, must wake up and realize what is really happening, and do something about it. This film is really a call to action for every citizen of this country, and especially for those who grew up in the '80's, the last time that wealth was created in America. We were given so much and then our children and their children came along and took it away. It is time to recognize the fact that our generation has nothing to live for, and must do something about it. The film is called "Generation Wealth". We are entitled to our wealth, and this film shows the vast sums of money that has been created by this generation. Unfortunately, the film does not offer an answer to the problem. There are millions of Americans who have enough money to go on a vacation to France, but cannot afford to pay for it. The film presents the difference between what Americans can afford and what the rest of the world can afford, and the moral issue is that if we are not careful, the next generation will be like the generation before. I strongly recommend the film. I cannot express how important this film is to me.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020 17:49

The money in this documentary is truly staggering. But it's not an obvious 'rich people are getting richer and richer' kind of thing. Instead, it focuses on the families that are actually living in this country. The wealth is also reported in terms of a person's yearly salary. So it's not just money that people have, it's how much money they have. The documentary is worth watching if you want to see just how many families are really living in a world of luxury. But you'll also learn that these families don't have to live in the US for that to be true. I really liked this documentary. It's not the kind of documentary you see every day, and it's certainly not the kind of documentary you see every day. I think it's a great idea for a documentary. I've seen a lot of documentaries that are just very basic, and there's not much information at all. But this documentary is different. It gives you a lot more information. There are a lot of things you don't know, but this documentary is really good at telling you what's going on in these families. There's a lot of different stories, and you'll learn how they're related. And the main story is actually about a father and a son. I really like this documentary because it's different from most documentaries. And that's a good thing. I think this documentary is really good. It's really interesting. It's good for people who are just interested in the subject. You'll learn a lot about this subject. I give it a 8/10. It's really good.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 13:57

I recently saw this movie in a New York film festival. I can not say enough about the strength of this film. I've seen this movie more times than I can count, and each time I'm compelled to come back to see it again. The documentary will leave you with a feeling of what we as a society have become. I am truly saddened by the current situation in this country. This film is the story of one man's struggle to understand that things are not right and the need to do something about it. I urge everyone to see this movie, and make sure to see it again in order to understand how important and effective it is. I was in a meeting the other day with a government official, and the following question was asked. "What does the United States government have to do to help the citizens of the United States, who are suffering the consequences of economic and social ills?" I hope this movie will bring this question to the attention of the public. I am deeply sorry that things are this way. This film is a powerful message and should be seen by everyone. We are all affected by these problems, and this film does a wonderful job of telling the story of one man's struggle to understand why we have become what we are. It is a film that should be seen by everyone. The two young men in the film are superb. They have played great roles and they should be commended for this. I am extremely impressed by this documentary. It is by far the best documentary I have seen in a long time. I will definitely be seeing it again.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 04:28

I liked it, and I loved it. For anyone who grew up during the 1970's, you might have a feeling of nostalgia when you watch this film. It is a very accessible film that you can watch again and again. It's like reading a good book, but better, in my opinion. I am not a Christian, but I am a person who grew up during the Vietnam War era. I also grew up during the economic crisis of the 70's, and I'm sure it was a similar story to yours. I can say that I have never felt that that bad of a feeling of hopelessness, like I had in this movie. You feel like you have a reason to live, even if you don't think you do. I can also say that I have always been a big fan of Michael Moore. The documentaries he made were always entertaining and educational, and he still does it today. He has an excellent grasp on the political and social issues that you and I should care about. I have never been able to understand what exactly made him so popular back in the 70's, but I believe he did that because he was the only one who had an open-minded view on things. He wasn't afraid to be different. He was willing to look at things from every side of the issues and tell his audiences the truth. I think that is a great gift to society. The people who grow up during that time period did not have that luxury. They were cut off from society and often were isolated, and they did not have an alternative to look at the problems that society was dealing with. This is a very accurate portrayal of what the Vietnam War was really like. I think that the film is worth watching because it is a great example of the powerful effect that events can have on people. The movie is very well done, and I will recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the times that they were growing up in.


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