In a world of extreme consumerism, can our desire for more put the future of our planet and society at risk? Part 2 of the documentary series “Greed – A Fatal Desire” explores this very question. From Buddhists and bankers to Eskimos and psychologists, people from all walks of life share their perspectives on the phenomenon of greed, its definition and the dire consequences it may bring.
In the documentary, renowned social psychologist Sheldon Solomon highlights the human desire for consumption, explaining how it often stems from the fear of mortality. Through a gripping analysis of this underlying cause, the documentary sparks an urgent conversation about society’s current consumption patterns and their potential impact on human existence. “Greed – A Fatal Desire” offers a thought-provoking exploration of the human psyche and our relationship with materialistic desires.