Inequality for All is described as a "passionate argument, on behalf of the middle-class" by the film's director Jacob Kornbluth.
As the title suggests, the documentary explores income equality in the United States. Much of the information provided is from a 2010 book called "Aftershock: The Next Economy and America's Future" by Robert Reich who also presents this documentary.
It is obvious there is a huge wealth inequality not only in the United States but around the world. The top 50 richest people possess more wealth than hundreds of millions, possibly billions of people and that divide is only growing.
As this continues to happen what you will start to see is the very building-blocks of democracy being violated; it's quite possible you already have. So more than just being a political message, Inequality for All provides a strong message of activism encouraging people to wake up and smell the coffee.