E Raymond Brown - Ghetto Physics
h264@1280x720 23.98fps | mpeg4aac | 1.38 GB
Psychology / Body Language
This isnít Chicken Soup for the Soul. Itís a bitch slap for the slumbering.
An in-your-face wake-up call, GhettoPhysics shows how the game of life is played-and itís all the same game! From the corner offices of Wall Street to the inner sanctums of world governments, from the red light districts in the ghettos to the living rooms behind the white-picket fences on Main Street, game is happening. And if you donít know it, the game is going to roll right over you.
African American philosopher/filmmaker E Raymond Brown plays the cocky Professor, explaining the life game to a class of clueless and initially indifferent students who have no idea that the modern world is all about makiní you think a certain way. Through a series of interviews, animation and dramatic sequences he reveals not only how the life game works in politics, global economics, technology, media and entertainment, he points the finger at the global power brokers pulling the strings, making world populations dance to their tune.
The film includes interviews with notable entertainers and modern thinkers, such as Dr. Cornel West, Ice-T, KRS-One, Too Short, John Perkins, former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, transformational consultant Byron Katie and Norman Lear. Of course, it also includes a colorful contingent of street characters with names like Filmore Slim, Hook da Crook, Mac Breed and Lo Da Show.
A down and dirty analysis of the root source of the worldsí ills-from struggling economies to the Gulf oil spill, healthcare woes to global resource wars-GhettoPhysics is a cinematic take-no-prisoners reality check you wonít soon forget. For a more detailed, even more shocking revelation experience, check out the companion book GhettoPhysics: redefining the game.
Below is a synopsis for the film from the site