Social problem films
|提及的人：||Jamaica Kincaid; Jamaica Kincaid|
Stephanie Black; Belinda Becker; Michael Manley; Stanley Fischer; Michael Witter; Jean-Bertrand Aristide; David Coore; Jerry Rawlings; Malik Sayeed; John Mullen; Jamaica Kincaid; Tuff Gong Pictures,; New Yorker Video (Firm),
|语言注释：||In English with optional English subtitles; Closed-captioned.|
|注意：||Narration based on "A small place" by Jamaica Kincaid, c1987.
Originally produced as an American documentary in 2001.
Special features: trailer (2 min.); additional footage from Michael Manley's interview [featurette] (18 min.); director commentary [optional audio feature]; photo gallery on the international anti-globalization movement [slide show] (7 min.); music video "Mr. Heartless" [featurette] (5 min.); information on CD soundtrack [text feature].
|制作人员：||Cinematography by Malik Sayeed and three others ; edited by John Mullen.|
|演员：||Narration read by Belinda Becker; interviews with Michael Manley, Stanley Fischer, Michael Witter, David Coore, Jerry Rawlings, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.|
|目标对象：||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (86 min.) : sound, color with black-and-white sequences ; 4 3/4 in + 1 leaflet (8 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 19 cm)|
|详述：||DVD format; Dolby Digital audio; letterbox presentation, 16/9, compatible 4/3.|
Welcome to Jamaica --
The International Monetary Fund --
The sunshine guarantee --
Island production --
Trade barriers --
Free zones --
Life and debt --
Chicken parts --
Peppers, spices and tourism --
Just human beings --
Be still Babylon --
|其他题名：||Life + debt
Life & debt
|责任：||a Tuff Gong Pictures production ; a film by Stephanie Black ; produced and directed by Stephanie Black ; narration written by Jamaica Kincaid.|
This documentary examines the effects of World Bank and the International Monetary Fund loans on the infrastructure Jamaica established in the wake of independence from the UK in 1962. Seven billion in debt (circa 2000), Jamaica has seen its agricultural industries laid to waste by the impossibility of competing with subsidized, multi-national American based companies. The poverty of an "average" Jamaican in a shantytown near Kingston is in stark contrast to the luxurious tropical fantasy paradise experienced by tourists in posh Montego Bay. In a dog-eat-dog global economy, the US and its multinational corporate clients have all the advantages, while Jamaica has no agriculture, no industry, and no tax base--only ever-growing debt.
- Kincaid, Jamaica -- Film adaptations.
- International Monetary Fund.
- World Trade Organization.
- Globalization -- Social aspects.
- Globalization -- Economic aspects.
- Globalization -- Political aspects.
- Anti-globalization movement -- Jamaica.
- Investments, Foreign -- Jamaica.
- International business enterprises -- Jamaica.
- International trade -- Moral and ethical aspects.
- Jamaica -- Social conditions.
- Jamaica -- Economic conditions.
- Jamaica -- Description and travel.
- Kincaid, Jamaica.
- Anti-globalization movement.
- Economic history.
- International business enterprises.
- Investments, Foreign.
- Social conditions