An eye-opening peek inside the care-free attitudes adopted by the extremely wealthy, this film explains why the gap between the top-one percent and the poor and middle-class continues to expand. The film covers taxes, Friedman economics, Hurricane Katrina and more and if you really believe you are a part of this top-one percent then congratulations, according to Jamie Johnson(the heir to J&J and author of this documentary), your responsibilities lie in asking the hard questions like, "Did Reganomics 'trickle-down' theory really work?" and "If it did work then who really benefited from it?" Of course these questions open a litany of other questions concerning: morality, politics and religion --wait a second. Religion? It would seem that Americas early puritan roots still manages to rear its ugly head in the form of a wealthy deranged society attempting to justify their misuse of power, money and influence. Quite telling and poignant, Johnson interviews a number of wealthy individuals and contrasts their views with the struggling poor. One cannot help but walk away wondering: How does one of the richest countries in the world still continue to have 3rd world wages and living conditions? Because money and the fear of losing money trumps everything.