97% Owned looks at the economic and financial systems from a UK-perspective and explains the inner-workings of the banks and how money is made.
Questions like ‘how is money made?’ and ‘who decides that more needs to be created?’ are some of the questions that the filmmakers tries to answer. In this film, we learn how the public is basically held hostage by the global financial institutions with threats of economic collapse, and how banks can fail.
This documentary also explores alternative currencies, peer-to-peer finances and small scale banking, as ways to bypass the large, global banking systems.
Delhi in India is one of the most populated cities in the world. With population of close to 10 million, Delhi is definitely a huge city. As a big city, Delhi faces a number ...