Silver CircleClosed Captioning
Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download this movie.
In the year 2019 the worst economic collapse in history has rocked the United States and many questions have been left unanswered. Federal Reserve Investigator, Jay Nelson (De’Lon Grant), is assigned to a suspected arson case where a group of homes, owned by the Federal Reserve Bank, have been burned to the ground. His investigation soon leads him to a thriving, underground Rebel movement that is poised to destroy the Federal Reserve. Jay realizes there is much more to this arson case than meets the eye, and after being baited by the beautiful and vigilant Rebel leader, Zoe Taylor (Philana Mia), Jay begins to question his allegiance to the Fed. With an ageless, yet well-timed message against corruption, Silver Circle is a story that may feel just a little too close for comfort.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
- Reviews Counted: 6
- Fresh: 0
- Rotten: 6
- Average Rating: 2.4/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: Ron Paul acolytes, help yourself. Everyone else, stay away.
Rotten: This eccentric diatribe set in a dystopic near-future has a lot on its Ron Paul-esque mind but lacks the means or finesse to present an even remotely persuasive case.
Rotten: A crude valentine to Ron Paul and his extended family.
Rotten: The fevered imagination of the film makes tea party paranoia pale in comparison.
Awesome movie about the banking fraud
I LOVED the movie. Great job. Very metal, loved Jon Schaffer. Shows a dystopic future of the police state, where they're protecting & serving the bankers not the people, which is prevalent nowadays, so it's not some far off future, unfortunately. Forget the naysayers from the NY Times, they're banker shills masquerading as anti-Wall St. 'liberals' anyway. If they're so liberal, can't they see that a private central bank started by the biggest robber barons on Wall St., like Rockefeller, etc., is bad? Smearing it as Ron Paul blubbery is irresponsible, libertarians are against the Fed because it is legalized theft, and progressives are against it because it concentrates wealth into the hands of the few via that legalized theft. I think libertarians and progressives are against both legalized theft and a super class that gets its riches not from voluntary exchanges, which would entail offer goods of value that were produced with voluntary labor (a market of which would produce the best wages & labor standards; the US military goes into African nations to prevent such a thing and thus exploitation occurs in an involuntary system), but using deceit, government violence, and dumbing down the populace to accept such a scam. If the NYT really wanted to be about the 99%, they'd mint some silver in rebellion against the Fed, which is one of the biggest contributors to the wealth disparity and the boom/bust artificial economy. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone looking for a plot of substance (unlike some modern movies) as well as great education on the Federal Reserve and the scam of central fractional reserve banking, as well as foreshadowing on the police state that will grow to protect the Fed & government's institutions and crush freedom and sound money.
Don't let the animation quality turn you off.
Great story, check out the graphic novel too.