Capitalism and Other Kids' Stuff tries to find answers to why we live the way we do and considers possible alternatives.
Created on one freezing Saturday afternoon in a church hall at Hebburn in the north east of England on a budget of £80, the film may be rough and ready but it's hoped that it says something real to you. The ideas it proposes are ones you're unlikely to see on any TV show, art house play or even the news networks.
At its heart, this film is a major thought exercise. Let us know in the comments if you think their argument holds up.