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DGC@Home: Capital in the Twenty-First Century (Begins May 1)

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The Digital Gym Cinema may be closed for the time being due to COVID-19 concerns, but we are working with key distributors and studios to bring you DGC @ HOME, a “virtual theater” experience  featuring films we would normally program at our venue under normal circumstances. All you have to do is click on the purchase links below to have temporary access to our film programming. You can enjoy films from the comfort of your own home using your browser or the distributor’s app. This temporary solution ensures the sustainability of our beloved micro-cinema as a significant percentage of each purchase is passed on to us. Enjoy these amazing independent films and we hope to see you at the movies very soon!

 

CAPITAL IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 

Based on the international bestseller by rock-star economist Thomas Piketty (which sold over three million copies worldwide and landed Piketty on Time’s list of most influential people), this captivating documentary is an eye-opening journey through wealth and power, a film that breaks the popular assumption that the accumulation of capital runs hand in hand with social progress, and shines a new light on today’s growing inequalities. Traveling through time, the film assembles accessible pop-culture references coupled with interviews of some of the world’s most influential experts delivering an insightful and empowering journey through the past and into our future.

Virtual Pass 

 

Virtual Ticket Price: $12.00, 5 day rental

Platform Available on: Kino Marquee

Instructions: 

Buy a Virtual Pass for the film using the Kino Marquee link:

Critic Quotes:

“It’s a massive achievement, turning this weighty volume into enthralling cinema.” – Austin Chronicle

“A spry, erudite, and consistently watchable documentary that articulates how we got here, and why things are only going to get worse if we don’t right the balance between economic growth and consolidated wealth.” – Indiewire

“Bold, incisive, riveting… one of the best documentaries in recent years.” – ShockYa

Runtime: 103 min

Year: 2020

Rating: UR

Director: Justin Pemberton

Country: New Zealand

Languages: English, French w/ English subtitles

Virtual Pass 

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