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Jamie Johnson, 20-year-old heir to the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical empire, turns in a remarkable documentary about the lives of the children of the wealthiest families in the world. This 2003 Sundance Film Festival Selection and Emmy-nominated documentary shows Johnson turning the camera on himself and 10 of his friends. Born Rich candidly reveals the great privileges and the excess baggage that go along with their high net worth. For the first time ever in a feature documentary, hear Trumps, Bloombergs and Vanderbilts discuss the one subject everybody knows is taboomoney, and lots of it.
Georgianna Bloomberg, media heiress
Stephanie Ercklentz, finance heiress
Cody Franchetti, textile heir
Christina Floyd, professional sports heiress
Juliet Hartford, A&P Supermarket heiress
Josiah Hornblower, Vanderbilt/Whitney heir
S.I. Newhouse IV, media heir
Ivanka Trump, real estate heiress
Luke Weill, gaming industry heir
Carlo von Zeitschel, European royalty
-Commentary by director Jamie Johnson, producer Dirk Wittenborn and textile heir Cody Franchetti
Ultimately, however, this film (like all good documentaries) is a study of individuals.
Jamie had a burning desire to ride the fear taboo of talking about money and interviewed his close friends or acquaintances for their perspective.
One could almost feel bad for them, but then... who really cares if that's how they choose to live their lives?
Thank you all that were involved in the creation of this documentary, especially Jamie Johnson. It has helped me gain perspective on the human experience from a point of view I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gustoni
Disturbing at the level of self absorbent attitudes of some of the subjects...relieved that a few of them have their heads on straight.Published 3 months ago by E. Volakis
Watching these kids talk about their lives is pretty interesting. Some of them are really nice, others what one might expect, but, although the film is a bit rough around the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Blue Tooth
This documentary is very entertaining. There are some real characters in here. Some you will like, some will make you cringe, but I doubt you'll be jealous of any of them,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robert Thompson
a great doc with an unexpected turn from johnson's 'friends'... more relevant now in the midst of 99/01 & occupy movement than it was back then, which sounds backhanded but in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Hakim
This is well-done and interesting. Johnson gets the young heirs he interviews to say what's it's like to benefit from a large fortune one did nothing to earn--the good part (ease)... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Penelope M
We were looking forward to this documentary as we work with entitled, overly privileged teens. We were hoping those interviewed would offer keen insights and vulnerability. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Christine Riley