I just heard about this film from this incredibly positive piece in the Guardian: Few topics get me more exercised of late than economic inequality. As well as being pertinent to the current global financial crisis, it's also an underlying variable behind many social problems. Krugman does his best, but the world is crying out for this problem to be communicated well to a large audience, particularly among the chattering classes. No film is a panacea, of course, but it's nice to see someone put forth the effort, and it'd be nicer still to be able to pass people to a slickly-produced documentary, accessible to the layperson, intellectually thorough and yet cogently argued, about inequality as an economic and political problem. Here's hoping this is it.