February 10, 2017
7:00 pm CST - 10:00 pm CST
Instructors: Biljana Cvejin
This film is an informative, rib-tickling, surprising and subversive comedy in which Michael Moore treks far and wide in an attempt to build America up in some amazingly novel and thought-provoking ways. As he investigates one idea after another during his travels, Moore discovers that many of the ideas originated in the U.S. Thus, the solutions he uncovers are a reclaiming of remedies that once belonged to us.
“Where to Invade Next” is really a fairy tale with a moral. Moore visits mostly European schools, workplaces, hospitals and prisons. The movie builds a crescendo showing America’s weakening social contract. It reveals the widening inequality gap, the disappearing middle class and a military-based economy. The film is rich in ideas that deserve to be discussed by liberals, conservatives, and anyone else who cares about the U.S. Optimistic and affirmative, it rests on one challenging but invaluable idea: We can do better!
About the Instructor
Biljana Cvejin, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She completed graduate training at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology then went on to focus more specifically on learning the theories of Carl Jung. Interpreting the world through Jungian lenses is now second nature to her. After years of conducting a private practice, she now incorporates this perspective in her work with Veterans.
Venue: The C.G. Jung Center
Venue Phone: 847-475-4848 *221
Venue Website: www.cgjungcenter.orgAddress: