The Corporate Coup D'Etat

The Corporate Coup D'Etat

The Corporate Coup D'Etat is a movie starring Gar Alperovitz, Joe Atkins, and Maude Barlow. THE CORPORATE COUP D'ÉTAT takes a complex political/historical theme and brings it to life. In the style of '13th', 'Manufacturing Consent',...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
Genres
News, Documentary
Actors
Maude Barlow, Gar Alperovitz, Lee Fang, Joe Atkins
Director
Fred Peabody
Country
USA, Canada
Year
2018
Other Titles
Trump und der Staatsstreich der Konzerne
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about news «The Corporate Coup D'Etat» (34)

Heather Griffin avatar
Heather Griffin

THE CORPORATE COUP D'ÉTAT takes a complex political/historical theme and brings it to life. In the style of '13th', 'Manufacturing Consent', 'The Corporation', and 'All Governments Lie' it creates a powerful cinematic experience that explains how President Trump is the result of failed neoliberal globalist policies, and a 'corporate coup d'état' in which corporations and billionaires were able to gradually take control of the political process in the U.S. and elsewhere. In the words of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Chris Hedges: 'Donald Trump is not an anomaly. He is the grotesque visage of a collapsed democracy. The creeping corporate coup d'état that began 45 years ago is complete. It has destroyed the lives of tens of millions of Americans no longer able to find work that provides a living wage, cursed to live in chronic poverty.' Threaded through the film are the stories of the ultimate victims - working class and poor people in 'sacrifice zones' like Camden, New Jersey and Youngstown, Ohio. Many working-class whites voted twice for Barack Obama, in '08 and '12, but in 2016 they felt abandoned by the elites of both parties, and voted for Donald Trump who promised he would be different. Featuring Chris Hedges, the main 'voice' of the film as he visits Americans fighting for change and Canadian author John Ralston Saul, who warned prophetically in 1995: 'We are now in the midst of a coup d'état in slow motion. Democracy is weakening... corporatism is strengthening.'

Jessica M. avatar
Jessica M.

I gave this film a ten stars because I can't find any faults with it! The characters were lovable, and you could feel for them, the acting was brilliant from start to finish!

Vincent Bradley avatar
Vincent Bradley

Great acting all around..Lee Fang made it feel real and heartfelt.

Andrea Santos avatar
Andrea Santos

Cool movie, I liked this, very entertaining and was a good movie.

Crystal H. avatar
Crystal H.

Maude Barlow, Maude Barlow, Maude Barlow WOW! He simply steals the show!!! I also liked the nice subtle expressions by Lee Fang. Simply good acting.

Marie Reid avatar
Marie Reid

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Definitely worth your while!

Andrew Keller avatar
Andrew Keller

I can watch it again and again and have the same feeling as watching it for the first time

Jacqueline W. avatar
Jacqueline W.

I really loved this movie and wished it were longer. Can't ever get enough Maude Barlow or Lee Fang and I could "feel" the talent of the professional actors!

Bryan M. avatar
Bryan M.

The theme was interesting

Mary Richards avatar
Mary Richards

I enjoyed everything and every moment. Joe Atkins again proves why he's one of the cinema's masters.

Terry Cook avatar
Terry Cook

Trump und der Staatsstreich der Konzerne is a movie without a loophole-corny i know but its true!!! The script is solid, acting is par extraordinaire. Cool movie for cool people!

Jennifer avatar
Jennifer

Amazing exercise of stunning colour, isn't just a Documentary, it's a accomplishment, and is by far this year's best film.