I saw this advertised on SMH TV a while ago and never got around to watching it until yesterday. The SMH version is crap, with ads and it sometimes stops loading, so I've provided the YT version below.
It's an eye-opening film made by Jamie Johnson, the heir to the Johnson & Johnson empire, which sets out to explore the difference in wealth between the lower class and the 1% of rich people who control a large portion of the country's wealth.
He interviews Milton Friedman (didn't even know he was still alive) and the grand-daughter of Warren Buffet (who was subsequently disowned by Buffet as a result of this video).
It's a bit more than an hour long, so I'd say if you're interested, to grab a snack and put some time aside to watch this, rather than trying to skip through it to get the gist of it.
Looking forward to discussions