Quotations from a variety of sources from economists, business magnates, writers, and celebrities take on new meaning as they are reinterpreted as poetic monologues in real and imagined scenes of euphoric production and consumption, including a bank lobby that fills with surreal dance choreographies and acrobatics, five homeless men discussing economic theory, and an empty supermarket with a prowling singing tiger. The result is a searing monument to the history of greed that raises seminal questions around the success and enduring legacy of entrepreneurship.
Directed by Julian Rosefeldt
Editor Bobby Good
DoP Christopher Krauss
Sound Design Thomas Appel
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