“There’s a huge amount of anger and frustration… and nobody is listening.” That’s Robert Reich stating what seems to be the obvious in Netflix’s new original documentary, Saving Capitalism.
The Former Secretary of Labor presents the film, which explores capitalism and income inequality while speaking with Americans from all walks of life. Examining America’s fragile democracy and its fight for survival, he questions why income and wealth go to the top, while more Americans are left behind. Now, he argues, the country is at a critical turning point, and it’s up to ordinary Americans to change the rules.
The film is the latest in a string of recent Netflix original documentaries that tackle issues of politics and society, from Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, a profile of essayist, novelist, screenwriter and critic Joan Didion, and The Death and Life of Marsha P Johnson to Strong Island.
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