An unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what's really going on in our world by following the money upstream...
And yes, it's the banks. It makes sense too. It really gives you the whole pyramid scheme - in a good way, even if the torus, questionable quotes and a somewhat flimsy visual background journey that weaves you through the facts distract. It's an ambient setting though, so if you focus on the problems at hand: it really does lift the veil.
How far you're willing to believe is up to you, but that the Rockefellers, Rothschilds and Morgans are at the top of the food chain; controlling the financial climate and large parts of the resources of the world in turn - that part is clear. How involved they really are is another matter.
How money's really made is explained too. How banks work. How and why the economy really benefits the rich. How even the government is just a puppet. All this is told primarily from a US point of view, where it seems like everything is way worse than anywhere else in the world.
Maybe you have to be edged in to these ideas over time to really grasp them, but I definitely have been before this movie, so this... it put things in place for me. It added some key pieces to my world puzzle.
The movie is basically a long lecture and series of interviews detailing the financial truth of the New World Order - sometimes a bit too long, yet with interesting guests and hosts handing out this information along the way.
That free energy bit... there may be some truth there too, but I feel like it distracts you from the main issue. They could have cut that bit out and saved in on that extra length. Maybe split the whole saga into two individual movies - one with that, and one with the money.
My money's on this one. It's an enlightening documentary. Foster Gamble's a good host, and Kimberly Carter Gamble with him. Seems she's not in either of the sequels, but I'm hoping to watch those eventually too.
rated 4/5: fo shizzle