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A cry from the revolutionary wilderness. Drowsy and beautiful about the solidarity that disappeared.

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Stefan Jarl
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15 February 2013 (Sweden) See more »

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The necessity of equality
4 March 2013 | by stenssonSee all my reviews

It's dirty language and has been for long, talking about narrowing the chasms in society. Like it was something we got rid of at the same time the Communist system fell in Eastern Europe. That's regardless of whether we are among the few who gained from the new order or not.

Swedish documentary filmer Stefan Jarl has made an interview movie, there also economy journalists from conservative newspaper harshly criticize the bank system of today and the thoughtless belief in present capitalism as the peak of history.

This subject is of course very urgent, but letting the whole film be based mostly on interviews anyway takes the effect away a little.


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