"It's the Economy, Stupid!" • 1h 39m
Directed by Daniel Hoesl • Documentary • With Klaus Schwab, Christine Lagarde • 2021 • 99 minutes
Looking to decipher the fractured world of ours was the driving force to make this film. We‘ve been following the everyday life in Davos for over a year. The challenges of our society are shown through the lives of the citizens of Davos contrasted by the global elite at the World Economic Forum‘s annual meeting: The value and the price of money, nature, tradition, globalisation, identity, community and self empowerment are at stake.We wanted to deliver a profound view of the town of Davos and its citizens in contrast to a behind the curtains view of the World Economic Forum‘s annual meeting, glooming over the citys throughout the year.It‘s a chance to raise awareness to global issues that concern all of us. Davos concerns all of us.
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