Inequality For All
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At the heart of the film is a simple proposition: what is a good society, and what role does the widening income gap play in the deterioration of our nation's economic health? We are endeavoring for INEQUALITY FOR ALL to be a paradigm-shifting, eye-opening experience for the American public. We want to accurately show through a non-partisan perspective why extreme income inequality is such an important topic for our citizens today and for the future of America.(c) Official Site
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 90%

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"Reich is a natural teacher of complex concepts: The film doesn't feel like homework."
‑ Simon Houpt, Globe and Mail
"This documentary would be a rousing David and Goliath story even if its hero weren't the diminutive Robert B. Reich."
‑ Michael Sragow, Orange County Register
"A levelheaded, easily understandable primer on the aspects and causes of the problem. However, it does not do much to distinguish itself from similar documentaries."
‑ Dan Schindel, Nonfics
"America is a country without any "self-admitted proletarians," where even the poorest see themselves as "temporarily embarrassed" millionaires."
‑ Philip Martin, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
"This is a curious case of liking the messenger, loving the message and yet still feeling as if you're being too heavily sold, even if you want to buy into the product."
‑ Corey Hall, Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
"Inequality for All is intelligent, persuasive and accessible, a gentle but urgent clarion call to action."
‑ Peter Howell, Toronto Star
"President Clinton's secretary of labor lectures on income inequality with a refreshing lack of jargon."
‑ Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"Former Clinton Cabinet member Robert Reich makes his case for a kindler, gentler capitalism."
‑ Kam Williams, Baret News
"Topical documentaries mostly appeal to the converted and are ignored by those who disagree. And "Inequality" probably will be no exception."
‑ Duane Dudek, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"The trouble with Inequality is that it's a book pretending to be a movie. Like far too many recent documentaries, there is nothing cinematic and almost nothing visual about it."
‑ Chris Hewitt (St. Paul), St. Paul Pioneer Press
"Overall, this film is enlightening, entertaining and seriously alarming."
‑ Tom Long, Detroit News
"Robert Reich, a secretary of labor under President Clinton, leads us through a sharp-eyed essay-meditation on the rising trend of income inequality."
‑ Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
"Documentaries about the economy being what they are, you might not expect much from Inequality For All, but as directed by Jacob Kornbluth, it is the Indianapolis 500 of wealth analyses."
‑ Jay Stone, Canada.com
"Lacks the alarmist self-importance of 'An Inconvenient Truth,' even if the subject it investigates seems as dangerous as climate change to the country's health, at least in the short run."
‑ John Beifuss, Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
"[Robert Reich] headlines this documentary in which he explains his views about the United States' current economic woes. It's something he manages to do engagingly and with great clarity."
‑ Marjorie Baumgarten, Austin Chronicle
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