A lucid, compelling and entertaining look at the unprecedented financial crisis facing the United States. Government and military spending is out of control, international debts are mounting, nobody's saving, and the baby boomers are all about to retire. Encompassing America's financial history and candid interviews with both average American taxpayers and government officials, filmmaker Patrick Creadon ('Wordplay') follows David Walker, former Comptroller of the GAO (Government Accountability Office), as he travels the country spreading an alarming message, while looking toward what possibilities there are for a brighter future.

Year: 2008
Genre: Documentaries, General Docos, Political Docos, Docos - Political
Country: USA
Director: Patrick Creadon
Duration: 100 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Documentary (Political)



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