Slightly bland and a little boring, this documentary is nonetheless an interesting look into the lives and attitudes of the children of some of the richest people in the world.
This documentary was produced by the Heir of the Johnson & Johnson fortune and features some of the most high profile “rich kids”. To be honest, I think I sympathize with some of them.
On a final note, I think that this documentary was more of an attempt to brush off the “spoilt little rich kid” stigma from the producer.
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