The Capital (Costa-Gavras, drama, 2012)
Capital follows the plight of the world of banking through the rise of Marc Tourneuil, an unscrupulous empresario, to lead one of the most important European banks. With the tagline Money is the Master, the director sheds light on some of the power games that ensure that capital grows and that the banks constantly get rich.
With acclaimed Greek director Costa-Gavras (Missing, The Ax, Eden is West) writing the screenplay and directing, this drama sets out to expose the origins and consequences of the economic crisis and the moral responsibility of banking institutions in relation to the lives of ordinary people.
Cinema at the Museum - Where does money come from?
Documentary series (4 sessions)
In collaboration with Zero em Comportamento
17th of November at 4:00 p.m., Money for Nothing: Inside the Federal Reserve (Jim Bruce, documentary, 2013) (104 min.)
1st of December at 4:00 p.m., 97% Owned (Michael Oswald, documentary, 2012) (130 min.)
15th of December at 4:00 p.m., Princes of the Yen (Michael Oswald, documentary, 2014) (93 min.)
5th of January at 4.00 p.m., The Capital (Costa-Gavras, drama, 2012) (114 min.)
For adults and youths (>14 years old)
Advance booking required
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