Goldman Sachs - La banque qui dirige le monde
- TV Movie
- 1h 12m
A French documentary about one of the worlds biggest banks and its influence in everyday life.A French documentary about one of the worlds biggest banks and its influence in everyday life.A French documentary about one of the worlds biggest banks and its influence in everyday life.
An opinion piece at best - not a documentary at all
The role of Goldman Sachs in the financial markets and geopolitics is well documented already; incl. the firm's money-making abilities and the political prowess of its actors which both may be seen as unethical or not . But this documentary is neither factual nor objective, at all. Example: Mr. Steve Bannon is one of the first interviewees in this film and he quite clearly does not provide any factual insights but merely voices an opinion. An opinion that equates with an ideology that both the far-right (Mr. Bannon's creed) as well as the far left tend to perpetuate: a single but global organisation that governs the world. It's never been easier to find a "culprit"... Films like this must not be banned (in a society that tolerates and encourages freedom of speech) but the audience should be aware that celluloid is a highly flammable material and that some directors do indeed cherish it because of its incendiary properties.
- Apr 24, 2018
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