The Age of Consequences

11 12 2022

This extraordinary documentary turned up in my news feed. It’s extraordinary that I hadn’t heard of it before. It’s showing its age, having been made in 2011, not long after the GFC. It’s also extraordinary how little has changed. Until now. We are entering the age of consequences. The film’s age may also explain why there are a few things about the ending that I found disappointing, but I am getting used to disappointment. It’s long at one hour and almost forty minutes, but predicaments cannot be easily explained away, it’s all very complex… Enjoy.