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"A sort of "An Inconvenient Truth" for global economics…a powerful description of how Western policies since colonialism have subjugated Third World countries."
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- Charles Masters, The Hollywood Reporter
"It's an eye-opening work, a persuasive and compelling argument you don't usually hear about on what is terribly wrong with our global financial system and the poverty it produces around the world."
- Dimitirs Angelidis, Epsilon Magazine
"Beautiful and compelling...This film tackles the issue of global poverty with clear-eyed honesty and optimism."
- Yes! magazine Spring 2009 Film pick
"Warning: Don't watch The End of Poverty? (or read about it) if you want to preserve your contentment with your lifestyle and the web of structures—historic and current—that make it possible."
- Kaitlin Barker, Sojourners Magazine
"Diaz's clear-eyed look at how cultures of despair and dependency are created and maintained is alone worth the price of admission."
- Ernest Hardy, LA Weekly
"An impressive piece of work. Clear. Direct. A movie that I would have liked to make!"
- Raoul Peck, Director "Lumumba"
"This amazing movie not only explains how global inequality has its roots in 1492, but also allows the victims of "Western civilization" to speak for themselves.
- Louis Proyect, posted to IMDB (read full review)
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