POVERTY SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Rage (Rabia) (2011); True Grit (2010) shows life in the old west was much more harsh than most realized; Another Year (2010); Biutiful (2010) has immigration as a main issue, but also involves multiple addictions issues; Capitalism: A Love Story (2009) suggests poverty is due to corrupt taxation schemes. Crossing Over (2009), The Soloist (2009), Management (2009), Up (2009), Away We Go (2009), Sunshine Cleaning (2009), The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008), Amistad (1997), Ask the Dust (2006), At Play in the Fields of the Lord (1991), Ballad of Gregorio Cortez (1983), Bopha! (1993), Coal Miner's Daughter, King of the Hill (1993), Man Push Cart (2005), Matewan (1987) is about coal, City of God (2002), Les Under the Same Moon (2008), Miserables (1995), City Lights, Deadly Business (1986), The Death Of Mr. Lazarescu (2005), Dogville (2003), Erin Brockovitch (2000), Fuel (2007), Fuel (2009/II), Memories of a Geisha, Grapes Of Wrath (1940), Grave Of The Fireflies (1988), Manderlay (2005); I Am A Fugitive From A Chain Gang (1932), Jane Eyre (2007), Killer Of Sheep (1977), The Killing Floor (1985), King Of The Hill (1993), Land Without Bread (1932), Les Miserables (1935, 1978), Oliver Twist; Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005); Memoirs of a Geisha (2005); Flow (2008), Lumumba (2001), Milagro Beanfield War (1988), Missing (1982), Nobody Knows (2004), Norma Rae (1979), Pather Panchali (1955), Philadelphia (1993), Push: Based On The Novel By Sapphire (2009), Rabbit Proof Fence (2002), Roger and Me (1989), Rosetta (2002), Sense and Sensibility (1995), Slumdog Millionaire (2008), Sounder (1972), Sullivan's Travels, Umberto D. (1952), and Withnail & I (1987) suggest mental, or cultural enslavement, or bias. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), Battle in Seattle, Billy Elliot (2000), Moolaade (2004); The New World (2005); Cannery Row (1982), Overlord (1975); The Phantom of the Opera (2004); Rick (2003); The Ringer (2005); Gandhi (1982), Mad Max (1979), Nine to Five (1980), The New World (2005), The Organizer (1964), Rent (2005), Stonewall (1995), and Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (1971) are about conflicts between the poor and wealthy. Changing Lanes (2002), Friends with Money, Seven degrees of Separation and Beaches may suggest that their is more interaction between the classes than most think. DOCUMENTARIES or true stories ARE: Life or Debt (2002), Global Village or Global Pillage?: How People Around the World are Challenging Corporate Globalization (1999); When the Levees Broke (2006), 500 Years Later (2005), Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons, and Our Environment (1991),Barbarians at the Gate (1993), Bastard Out of Carolina (1997), Battle of Algiers (1966), The Big One (1998), Bowling for Columbine (2002), Dark Days (2000), A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash (2006), FUEL (2008), Harlan County U.S.A. (1976), The Killing Floor (1985), Julia (1977), Heat and Dust (1983), Freedom Song (2000), Thousand Pieces of Gold (1991), Hoop Dreams (1994), Incident at Oglala: The Leonard Peltier Story (1992), The Insider (1999), Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story (2001), Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee (1994), Life or Debt (2002), I.O.U.S.A., The Nasty Girl (1990), The Quiet American (2003), Reds (1981), The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (2003), Rosa Luxemburg (1986), Roots (1977), Rosewood (1997), Salt of the Earth (1954), Silkwood (1983) , State of Siege (1973), The Triangle Factory Fire Scandal (1979), The Ugly American (2003), and Workingman's Death (2005). For instance, in What A Way To Go! (1964) the lead female (and wouldn't this be great as a vehicle for Salma Hayek with a similar plot?) wants to give $200 million dollars away to the U.S. Government Internal Revenue Service because she believes she is cursed with dead husbands who leave her immensely wealthy!