Ethos (2011)





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Hosted by the two-time Academy Award (R) nominated actor and activist Woody Harrelson, ETHOS: A TIME FOR CHANGE lifts the lid on a Pandora's box of systemic issues that has proven to have a negative impact in every aspect of our lives. From the environment, our democracy and our personal liberty to conflicts of interest in politics and unregulated corporate power, we cannot change our system until we know how it works. From director and activist Pete McGrain, ETHOS: A TIME FOR CHANGE sheds light on how we can affect change. With interviews from influential thought-leaders including, author and activist Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Dissent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media), Chalmers Johnson (Blowback: The Sorrows of Empire), Oscar (R) winning documentarian Michael Moore and Howard Zinn (A People's History of the United States) to name a few, ETHOS: A TIME FOR CHANGE will show you how to make meaningful and sustainable change in order to create a world where we can live harmoniously in a clean environment. | Facebook | Twitter
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A bit rambling, but it rightfully lays the blame for many of our political and environmental ills at the feet of corporations.

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Ryan Voss

It has a couple of weak points in it that hurt the film's message overall (mostly on 9/11), the production quality isn't the best (though it has some neat techniques), but overall it's a really good introductory/summary of post-FED America, how it came to be, where it is headed, and what we could do about it. Woody Harrelson is a great host, his lines are very well written, and his segments shine almost as well as the quotations shown do. I loved the way the TV monitors behind him were set up to show capitalism's ingratiation in America's pop culture. And the blinking effect used to emphasis certain parts of his monologue. The beginning and ending were by far the strongest parts of the film, where they explained how public corporations and the FED work, and how much difference our dollars really could make.

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