The Four Horsemen is a film that looks at the systems we’ve created to run society, how we may be enslaved by them, and we may change them.
All a great power has to do to destroy itself is to persist in trying to do the impossible.
(Sounds like the United States)
Six ages define the lifespan of an empire; the age of pioneers, the age of conquerors, the age of commerce, the age of affluence, the age of intellect, and the age of decadence.
The film also looks at how Rome glorified athletes, much like today in America, prior to the fall of the empire. Integrity begins to take a back seat to popularity when empires began to crumble. A perfect example is the monetary system, or in other words, legalized fraud.
Category: Economic Films