PARK AVENUE – Money, Power and the American Dream

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Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney (Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, Taxi to the Dark Side) presents his viwe of how the gap between rich and poor Americans is so contrasted, as illustrated by this famous boulevard in New York City.

“Money is being used to buy results”. If you thought you can rise to the top by just working hard, this film will challenge that idea. The film really looks at how the rich are getting richer.

A film by Why Poverty.

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