We’re Not Broke

All Equal? The Bigger Picture
Director: Victoria Bruce, Karin Hayes | Countries of production: United States | Year: 2012 | Length: 81 min
Language: English | Age: 12+ years

As budgets are slashed, public workers are laid off and deficit cuts make the poor poorer, multibillion-dollar corporations make profits and avoid paying tax.

We’re Not Broke is the story of a group of dissatisfied citizens who take to the streets to confront this injustice. They vow to make the corporations pay their fair share, show the voice of discontent from the people, and look at how the US government, with close links to the corporations, has let this happen.

essential viewing for those who want to understand just how we ended up in this mess in the first place
Huffington Post

If you suspected corporations were getting away with tax-murder, you were right—but what’s great about ‘We’re Not Broke’ is how thoroughly it enumerates the crimes, like a prosecution setting out its case. Some of the facts assembled are truly mind-bending.

Sundance Film Festival, Nominated, Grand Jury Prize Documentary

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