Over the past five years the economic crisis has focused attention on capitalism and its failings to a degree not seen for decades. After the numerous banking and financial scandals, questions abound about the origins of the crisis and the role of financial capital.
Secret City uncovers the hidden history of the institutions at the heart of the crisis.
Exposing the inner workings of the City of London and its ancient government, the Corporation of London, the film reveals how it resists democratisation, how it has worked to become the predominant force in global capitalism, and the City's relation to the metropolis in which it lies embedded. ButSecret Cityis not just a film for Londoners but for everyone exposed to the crisis. The role of the City concerns everyone everywhere.
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