The scariest documentary on the post-industrial American economy you will ever see. Park Avenue- Money, Power and the American Dream @pmaitra, @Sakal Gharelu Ustad, @panduranghari, @Singh, @thakur_ritesh Academy Award-winning director, Alex Gibney presents his examination of how the wealth and income gaps between rich and poor Americans has become so stark, particularly since the 1980s, as illustrated by this famous boulevard in New York City. Gibney contends that America's richest citizens have "rigged the game in their favor," and created unprecedented inequality in the United States. Nowhere, Gibney asserts, is this more evident than on Park Avenue in New York. 740 Park in Manhattan is currently home to the highest concentration of billionaires in the country. Across the river, less than five miles away, Park Avenue runs through the South Bronx, home to the poorest congressional district in the United States. In Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream, Gibney states that while income disparity has always existed in the U.S., it has accelerated sharply over the last 40 years. As of 2010, the 400 richest Americans controlled more wealth than the bottom 50 percent of the populace â€” 150 million people. In the film, Gibney explains why he believes upward mobility is increasingly out of reach for the American poor, and will soon be in other capitalist states.