I attended the New York premiere of Zeitgeist: Moving Forward. I've written a couple of reviews.
Overall I think all the Zeitgeist films are worth watching. This most recent was the most "academic" presentation but also the most aggressive and
direct in it's resolution; revolution. The ending scenario could be considered irresponsible though as the director mentioned in the Q and A after
the movie, it is a metaphor not a suggestion. Zeitgeist fans have been accused of being cult followers. But so have fans of Pulp Fiction.
It's like Dave Mathews Band, don't let the annoying fans distract you from the honest well-played music.
The guest speakers are what make the best parts of this third film. Dr. Robert Sapolsky and Mike Ruppert to name a couple. Available for download Jan
I hope they crammed it full of credible sources & evidence to back up their claims. I really enjoyed the one I saw, but was skeptical about some of
the information.. you think it would be easy for them to site where we could look it up..
They do list their sources but they are as reputable as you want to believe. They do focus a lot on economics which i agree is the key to
understanding the motives of the people running things (corporations, banks, wall street).
I loved the first two even if I was aware of most of the content already. But I think they are awesome movies for the people who starting to uncover
stuff. It would really give them a boost in their research. A+ Can't wait for the 3rd.
Honestly I watched the third one again and I must say, if you want to watch one, this is the one. The root argument "the market system is to blame
for the worlds major problems - poverty, pollution, unemployment, violent behavior, etc is one of those points that hits the nail on the head and is
very concisely put.
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