This is a fairly short documentary, a film of one actor (actually, a police officer turner independent investigator) and, once you get used to Michael Ruppert's emotions (tears, shouting and jumping from one subject to the other and scattered narrative), you start to be grabbed by "Collapse". Self-proclaimed expert, whose views, as he acknowledges himself, is gathered from the information widely available (but not necessarily widely highlighted) in mass media.
I found the narrative exhausting, it felt like I was watching on-line tutorial recommended by Uni (although my professors did not chain-smoke and swear). BUT if you are interested in economics, finance, ecology, environment, politics, overpopulation of the planet and future without oil (if indeed it is possible) - an inevitable collapse of the human industrial civilization. Food for thought, indeed.
(Would have given it 4 stars, but just for the enthusiasm and urge to alert the world about all of the above. I just wish the film was produced differently.)