A documentary that follows former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich as he looks to raise awareness of the country's widening economic gap.


Jacob Kornbluth
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Credited cast:
Dolly Parton ... Doralee Rhodes (archive footage)
Lily Tomlin ... Violet Newstead (archive footage)
Candice Bergen ... Murphy Brown (archive footage)
Mary Tyler Moore ... Mary Richards (archive footage)
Tyne Daly ... Mary Beth Lacey (archive footage)
Sharon Gless ... Christine Cagney (archive footage)
Jon Stewart ... Self (archive footage)
Conan O'Brien ... Self (archive footage)
Barack Obama ... Self (archive footage)
Michelle Obama ... Self (archive footage)
Hillary Clinton ... Self (archive footage) (as Hillary Rodham Clinton)
Bill Clinton ... Self (archive footage)
George W. Bush ... Self (archive footage)
George Bush ... Self
Robert Reich ... Self


A documentary that follows former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich as he looks to raise awareness of the country's widening economic gap.

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He's taking this fight to the street.



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Rated PG for thematic elements, some violence, language and smoking images. | See all certifications »

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Informative And Somewhat Entertaining
17 October 2013 | by mickeysrqSee all my reviews

Of course Robert Reich is mostly preaching to the choir but he also informs and entertains the viewer. Reich is not isolated theory or ivory tower. He served in the administrations of Ford and Carter and was Labor Secretary under Clinton from 1993 to 1997. For me what gives Reich credence is the economic expansion of the 90's- the sustained growth, stronger middle class, low unemployment, low inflation, lower poverty rate and budget surpluses (to name a few) of which Reich was a key driver in economic policy.

This is not a movie for dogmatic right-wingers who will find the facts, um, inconvenient to say the least. They can skip the movie but still write reviews just by calling Reich a bunch of names. For the rest of us, well most of us can see what's happening to the economy but Reich breaks it down in an easy entertaining manner. His story about the first time he met Bubba on a boat to England is pretty funny as well as his jokes about his height. (4'8")

Director Jacob Kornbluth utilizes a cross section of the economy to make his point. Rich investor, middle class upper and lower, and those living day to day and fighting off poverty. Can be a tad dry because this is all pretty much right in front of our collective noses if we care to look. But he needs to make the examples to make the documentary work.

Robert Reich yes might be diminutive in stature, but the knowledge, the energy, the passion, and the inspiration are all sky high.

A very interesting man who lives and fights for his convictions. For me made the documentary worthwhile.

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Release Date:

24 April 2015 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

Inequality for All See more »


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Opening Weekend USA:

$140,888, 29 September 2013

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