Raoul Peck’s 2001 video essay argues that capitalism is “spinning out of control.” To make his case Peck intercuts footage of his native Haiti with strangely depopulated views of New York and Paris, but striking imagery is no substitute for analysis, and the theoretical segments, comprising interviews with European leftists and an intrusive narration, are lifelessly didactic. Aside from some details about the small profits to be earned in a Haitian market, Peck has no use for facts; the paucity of information he provides about its people, history, and culture ultimately fulfill Peck’s weird declaration that Haiti “doesn’t exist.” In English and subtitled French and Haitian Creole. 57 min.