Having survived a political assassination attempt in 1991, Solenas attacks his subject relentlessly and isn't afraid to name names and point fingers. Of the country's current $170-billion debt, Solenas estimates $10 billion ended up in the pockets of crooked politicians. This is 2005's The Take with sleeves rolled up, ready to fight.
"Makes for frequently gripping and unsettling viewing." -- Toronto Star
"Social Genocide exposes the systematic despoiling of Argentina, not by a dictator or military junta but by an elected democracy" -- Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"Solanas attacks his subject with verve and intelligence." -- Globe and Mail
"Solanas is so close to the story of his country's plundering that he took six bullets for it..." -- Toronto Sun