The Zeroes has found wide distribution on the web. Among other outlets, it has appeared on Daily Motion, Koldcast and Ithentic. Here are some of the images of its featured release.
The folks over at Ithentic – a really interesting online media web site that just released The Zeroes – were kind enough to interview yours truly. Thus, after years of interviewing others, here’s my time in the hot seat. And, as you’ll see, the seat was very hot indeed.
A morality tale fitted for our times, “The Zeroes” provides a ringside seat to some of the biggest parties of the last decade. This 5-part series pits the fantasy of unlimited growth against the wheeling-and-dealing of Wall Street’s glitzy surface.
In the concluding Episode of “The Zeroes, the economy is tanking, the investment banks are collapsing, and Trader Monthly is coming undone – yet the party goes on.
As the 2000s march on, the bets get bigger and the parties get unbelievably lavish, decadent and absurd. Wittingly or not, Trader Monthly becomes the chief sponsor for the age’s perfect metaphor: “The Wall Street Boxing Charity Championship”.
Trader Monthly alights on the perfect vehicle for this age of greed: the Trader Monthly 100 list, which showed the world the mind-boggling earnings of America’s new aristocracy.
As the 2000s get rolling, Randall Lane and his Wall Street-focused magazine Trader Monthly capitalize on the prevailing “live for the moment” mood, with absurd results.
A morality tale fitted for our times, “The Zeroes” cuts to the heart of our age’s excesses. In Episode 1, Randall Lane starts Trader Monthly – a lifestyle magazine for Wall Street.