Thursday, 9 June 2011

Slow Internet. Resisitance.

I can't watch this because the internet in our studio is soooooooooooooooooo slow, but it's bound to be good, not just cos it's got me in it. Obvs. Chris B Hanky was supposed to be in it too.
You'd have to ask him why he didn't turn up. He doesn't get out of bed for less than 50 quid.
Directed by Michael Oswald produced by John-Paul Pryor.

Here's the rundown,


The film explores the mood of the zeitgeist, the notion that our economy is based upon a system of kleptocracy and the idea that radical financial reform is key to overturning the current debt-based monetary system, which effectively ties the common people into slavery from the cradle to the grave.

It features interviews with cutting-edge musicians such as Anika, Gaggle and Saul Williams, the leading economist Nicolas Shaxson (author of Treasure Islands), artist, author and legend Billy Childish and the editors of burgeoning alternative media Bare Bones and The Quietus, not to mention some pivotal figures in the student activist movement.

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