Politics - 3

In Whose Interest?

In Whose Interest?

2003, Politics

The United States proudly identifies itself as the major purveyor of peace and democracy across the world. But does this self-promoted image match up to their actual policies and military engagements throughout recent history, and is warfare actually...

8.84
Trump: What's the Deal?

Trump: What's the Deal?

1991, Politics

No figure in the popular culture of today looms larger than Donald Trump. The world's most famous businessman is now the Republican Party's leading candidate for the presidency of the United States. But what motivates the bluster and bravado of the...

6.95
The Power behind the Throne

The Power behind the Throne

2015, Politics

Is Britain truly a democracy, or are the unelected members of the monarchy the true political power players? The Power behind the Throne attempts to unravel this potential conspiracy in which public policy may be swayed by the wealthiest elite. The...

8.20
The Empire's Ship is Sinking

The Empire's Ship is Sinking

2015, Politics

History has shown us that empires crumble when their thirst for power overtakes all other sensibilities. According to United States Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, America could stand on the precipice of such destruction. His insights form the...

8.94
The Italian Job

The Italian Job

2015, Politics

In covert intelligence terms, a rendition occurs when a suspected criminal or terrorist is smuggled into a country with less stringent human rights laws for further interrogation. This gives the investigating operatives additional leeway in their...

7.04
The Truth behind Capitalism

The Truth behind Capitalism

2015, Politics

The Truth behind Capitalism explores the precarious foundations and fallacies inherent in this widely championed economic system. In the wake of the largest global market crash in history, the film implores viewers to reconceive their notions of...

7.36
The Price of Love

The Price of Love

2015, Politics

In far too many instances, the current family migration laws in the United Kingdom are working to keep spouses apart from one another, and denying the children of these marriages from one of their parents. This crisis serves as the foundation for The...

8.53