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Using boring lectures by Yunus and pedantic commentary by Mosher, it has all the excitement of an infomercial touting mattresses.
Feels more like a free-market sales pitch than like a critical look at one weapon in the poverty-fighting arsenal that may or may not offer long-term hope.
Packed with details that somehow don't weigh it down, this is a hopeful film - about the power of honest work to confer dignity as well as put food on the table, about how the seed of an idea can take root and grow.
Grameen empowers budding entrepreneurs and lends to one out of every thousand people on the planet, which ain't no thrill ride in cinematic form.
A documentary like this is something you watch in a classroom and have an in-depth discussion about afterwards...
...presents such a glowing advertisement for Yunus and the work of the Grameen Bank that you expect to see him sporting a halo and playing a harp.
Inspirational and uplifting. It will make you stand up and cheer.
A moving tribute to a true visionary with a viable plan to alleviate suffering.
The doc is ultimately more of an educational video than a movie.
One man's address of worldwide poverty makes for compelling viewing in Holly Mosher's deeply humane and inspiring, if somewhat simplistic, documentary.
An enlightening documentary about the revolution wrought by Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank's micro-finance loans to the poor.
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