Wall Street Gets Nasty With The RAGING GRANNIES

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Here's the thing about being old: You've got enough perspective on life to recognize a snow job when you see one and you really don't much give a damn what other people think of you. At least that's very much the case for Shirley and Hinda, a pair of American women in their nineties who have a very simple question: Does the perpetual growth model of economics actually make sense? Is continuous growth even possible? And so they get on their scooters and set off across the country to approach the leaders of America's economy and ask them.

New from the producer of The Exorcist In The 21st Century, Raging Grannies tackles the economic crisis from a unique perspective with the trailer promising a film that is equal parts entertainment and legitimate questioning along with one sequence at the end which is utterly jaw dropping for its inhumanity. Take a look at the trailer below.
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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "tackles the economic crisis from a unique perspective with the trailer promising a film that is equal parts entertainment and legitimate questioning along with one sequence at the end which is utterly jaw dropping for its inhumanity. Take a look at the trailer below."

    Looks entertaining, they seem to borrow some from a page in Michael Moores playbook.

    See how this film compares to Inside Job(2010), thanks Mr Brown.

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