Based on 16 votes and 6 reviews
One of the better documentries i have seen in a very long time
what an interesting doc. The audience at my showing moaned and groaned, laughed at the outrages money wasting of the former beauty queen,hers and her husbands righteous claim to entitlement to all those riches. I don't think too many viewers were too upset at there dilemna after 2008. It would be interesting to see a follow-up in a few years. The filmmaking was well done, since there was a lot of material available
haunting movie great job done by the director. she follows this family from almost 4 years ago as the person who the movie is about is now 77 years old.it was an interesting history of how the movie which was supposed to be about the largest home ever built in the usa , becomes a story of how a family who built the house is portrayed. the american dream does not die but continues with hopes and dreams of making a comeback and even worse is the idea that this guy david seigle never put a safety net in for his family away, he just took it for granted that the money would always be there. we all need to watch this remarkable film and realize the greed and glory of wall street and the bankers is
good movie. a documentary turns into a drama about a couple's pursuit of the american dream.
you may be surprised to find that you actually have some sympathy for this family.
really disappointed with these immoral people and all the dog poop everywhere!! taking advantage of others to their own benefit was disgusting. you'll leave dirty after this one.