Citing the Citizens United case, the Hobby Lobby case, the Koch brothers,
Filmmaker John Wellington Ennis uses as a case study Ohio's 2005 "Coingate," with Tom Noe making financial contributions to Republican candidates and receiving high-ranking government posts and $50 million in state funds for his high-risk rare-coins investment fund.
The film also launches into Charles and
For an advocacy agitprop, the film has researched, sourced and interviewed exhaustively. The equal-opportunity Ennis expresses his distaste for both Democratic and Republican parties: Noam Chomsky here dubs them two factions of the Business Party.
"Pay 2 Play."
MPAA rating: None.
Running time: 1 hour, 29 minutes.