Billed onscreen as the “final long-form documentary interviews” of public intellectual Noam Chomsky, this feature by Peter Hutchison, Kelly Nyks, and Jared P. Scott presents a cogent and incisive lesson in how the superwealthy control the federal government. Its release couldn’t be more timely, as Bernie Sanders roars through the Democratic primary contest with his condemnation of a “rigged system,” and Chomsky’s analysis is bracing in its historical sweep, showing how the American dream of the 1950s and ’60s has been steadily eroded by the financial sector since the ’70s. Though the public discourse may be catching up with Chomsky, he still breaks fresh ground, calling the explosion of college debt not only an exercise in corporate greed but a purposeful strategy to discourage middle-class solidarity.