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Hot Money by Susan Kucera

From Susan Kucera, Jeff Bridges, and General Wesley Clark, Hot Money untangles the financial system, government, politics, and climate change through humor and intelligence.

With wit, satire, and historical context, Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, General Wesley Clark and his son Wes Clark Jr. take us on a journey through the financial circulatory system connecting farmers, homeowners, bankers, academics, and business professionals in a tale that explains the knot of economic forces that can lead to collapse and how to untie it.

Starring General Wesley Clark (Global Security and Energy Consultant), Wes Clark Jr (Wind Energy Project Manager), Katharina Pistor (Director Columbia Law School's Center on Global Legal Transformation), Jeff Bridges (Academy Award winning actor), and Kaamran Hafeez (New Yorker cartoonist). Sales by Vision Films

By the creators of the Award Winning film Living in the Future's Past, and 12th Hour

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Hot Money review : Q&A with General Wesley Clark : "It is only doom and gloom if we deny what is happening"

Interview by John Lyman

What was the impetus behind Hot Money?

Your film paints a dire picture for America unless the ship is righted. Is it all doom and gloom?

Hot Money highlights Nicolás Maduro’s Venezuela as a real-world example of what awaits America unless it changes course. Is this a fair reading?

Many hold the belief that America is an extremely wealthy country. Considering the debt held by Americans and the U.S. government, what is your view?

Do Americans need to think about wealth differently?

Is there an ideal economic model that supports sustainability? Conservatives will often paint their opponents who even mention sustainability as “socialists.”

Much of your film focuses on climate change. Why are many Americans averse to acknowledging its reality? And even if Americans do accept climate change, why won’t they take the steps necessary to curb its effects?

How many Americans are one natural disaster away from ruin? In the decades to come, if climate change isn’t addressed many coastal communities will cease to exist.

Hot Money goes to great lengths to show the plight of American farmers. Does the future hold any promise for American farming?

During your time in the U.S. Army, how much time was given to discussing climate change?

Did you approach your son about making this film or vice versa?

How did Jeff Bridges become involved?

What is the one thing you want viewers to take away after watching Hot Money?

About Hot Money by Susan Kucera