it’s a really good idea, but sometimes the filmmaker is a little mean to the audience. she assumed the audience was part of the problem and didn’t think twice about assuming other (usually negative) things about the viewer. now she may or may not be right and what she says may need to be said, but there are more tactful ways of saying them. that aside, this documentary was slowish, but that’s a good thing. the subject matter is sometimes heavy and heady so the audience probably benefits from a break to soak up the information and think about things critically. it does a pretty good job of presenting the jamaican side of what has happened as a result of their involvement with the imf. of course it’s almost completely one-sided, but that’s fine by me since the other side is the one you probably hear more often anyway.