A brilliant skewering of modern economics in the tradition of Inside Job and The Corporation from acclaimed filmmakers Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross, and based on Naomi Klein’s provocative bestselling book of the same name.
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That was a wonderful documentary about fascism of neoliberalism. I felt profound respect to Naomi Klein, for her very brilliant analysis on history of neoliberal policies, their effects on individuals and of course on society.
Representing the abyss neo-liberalism has created through democracy and freedom discourse, "The Shock Doctrine reminded me of the poetic documentary, namely "Nostalgia for the Light," which sheds light to the Chilean experience of military dictatorship, and also is worth a screening on MUBI.
film genel olarak askeri darbe, savaş, ve doğal afetler sonrasında "sosyal devletin" tasfiyesini konu ediniyor. buna milton friedman'nın yollar mahkemeler ve ordu haricinde herşey özelleştirilmeli diyerekten savunduğu ekonomi-politiğin, aslında büyük şirketleri zenginleştirip toplumu daha yoksullaştırdığını özetle anlatıyor. başarılı bir belgesel sinema. 71 şili darbesinden 2008 krizine kadar neo-liberalizmin hikayes
Naomi Klein's book seems to be, according to its depiction in Winterbottom's film, a somewhat convoluted mix of ideas that, starting from the notion first stated on the title of the film, quickly evolves into a more general critique on the most fierce expression of Neo-liberalism. Although fundamentally sound there is not much here to set this piece apart from a myriad of other efforts in the same field.