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Plot: A look at the growing disparity between different economic classes.
Runtime: 101 mins Release Date: 24 Apr 2015
Attack on present day in the British system. (by charlesmowood)
Entertaining film concerning some of the inequalities present in the UK. Brand takes on the banking policies that caused the 2008 crisis. Calling for bankers for their risky behavior to pay the price rather than the most vulnerable through austerity cuts.Brand's delivery is typical of his comedic works lively with plenty light-hearted moments despite the largely serious content presented such as: disabled people losing their benefits and council estates being privatized by UK councils. Overall, those interested in an alternative to current system of governance will find this film a breath <more>
of fresh air and interesting insight into the future of our society.
Russel Brand takes to the streets of England spreading controversial ideas about the growing gap between the rich and the rest... (by clawrence-03973)
The Emperor's New Clothes is absolutely captivating from the first 10 seconds right to the very end. I found myself wanting MORE when it ended! It's an inspiring film and an easy watch as well as being easily digestible considering it focuses on such a heavy and complex topic. The best part for me was that it didn't leave me or the family member I saw it with feeling burdened and helpless by the state of the economy which, had it not been so delicately balanced in it's editing, it very well could have given the content, it left us feeling passionately empowered by the <more>
information and ideas Brand presents. It's a brilliant documentary: one of the best I've ever seen. And I confess, when I left the cinema, I went straight to the bookstore and bought both of his most recent books. This film is a must see for anyone and everyone with a conscience, a hope for a better economical future, and enough brain cells to comprehend it so basically anyone . And let's be honest, who doesn't love a bit of Russel Brand??
Important Contemporary Social Comment (by claptrap-48642)
The Pros:1 This is a very well made documentary in true Brand style - no holds barred presentation of the facts. 2 Winterbottom, Brand and their team should be congratulated for capturing a true reflection of current financial inequality and hardship in Britain and to some extent, globally . 3 Easy to watch and relate to. Hard not to agree with everything Brand says, with compelling evidence of banking system corruption, government secret deals and corporate tax avoidance.I particularly enjoyed the scenes with the kids at the school and thought the analogy about sharing toys equally was <more>
powerful.Cons: Other than the obvious points: 1 that many of the figures presented could be argued for accuracy 2 the timing of the release to coincide with a British election is a bit suspicious. 3 very little if not zero critique of any Labour policies, therefore makes it clear where Brand's political party allegiance lies, which is fine, but it appears to be concealed.4 Whilst the subject matter is painfully true and this film should be seen by everyone - it is very light on any form of prescription or a "what to do next" or "what can you do now". Obviously the team have decided not to take that route - but it seems a missed opportunity if someone sits through 90 minutes, agrees with it and then goes back to watching Eastenders afterwards. Even a "Subscribe to the Trews" link would have been better than nothing... youtube.com/user/russellbrandConclusionRussell, thanks for putting yourself on the line to speak for the gross inequalities that exist in Britain. Regardless of what your motives might be - you are doing a great service to the human race.This film should be shown free and played on loop in the hope that Occupy or whatever organisation comes next - can be more widely mobilised in order to be successful.
I spotted this on Amazon Prime video and decided to take a look, I've never been a huge fan of Russell Brand and was curious about the content.I found this documentary to be thought provoking and well worth watching. Russell Brand has gained my respect because I believe he is, in his own inimitable style, trying to open people's eyes to the gross inequalities of life in Britain today. I felt compelled to write this review having seen a couple of negative comments about looting, nobody bothered to mention the bankers? This documentary explains in simple terms about the economic crisis <more>
and the application of austerity measures to the detriment of those least able to afford it and it does it in a way that keeps you watching to the very end. I do not think It will ever change the opinions of those with closed minds, but for anyone else it should at least make you think, I thoroughly recommend watching this documentary.
Russell Brand presents a quick look into global capitalism, the spreading ownership cult of the one percent and it's devastating effects on the working class and the unemployed.Director/writer Michael Winterbottom tries to simplify this very complex and often esoteric issue so the average person can comprehend it. The scenes with the school children is a good example. Plus the one on one interviews with the people on social assistance is another example. Unfortunately for me, I had a rather difficult time understand everything Russell Brand is saying with that terrible inner city British <more>
accent! I feel as if I missed some important statements by him. But please do not let his speaking influence your decision to watch this documentary. There is a lot to be learned about how the 1% is setting themselves into ivory towers --- the future overlords of all.