This nuanced film explores the depth of our profound relationship with money. I believe it deserves more than a solitary viewing.
It starts; ‘… Money was originally intended as a facility to help accelerate the progress of our dreams, ideas, talents and actions.
Yet for so many it has become a hindrance.’
Peter Koenig, the film’s subject then proceeds as follows ~ ‘You can’t have a healthy relationship with money unless you love it.
If you’re running after it, or you hate it, it’s always going to be your enemy.’