|Directed by||Randall Evans|
|Produced by||Randall Evans|
|Written by||Randall Evans|
|Starring||Sam Kennard |
Christopher “Topher” Field
Bindi Cole Chocka
Satyajeet “Satya” Marar
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Another Way is a 2020 Australian documentary film directed, written and produced by filmmaker Randall Evans. The film takes a critical look at libertarianism in Australia and its implications in regard to policy issues including the Sydney Lockout Laws, the war on terror and freedom of speech.
The movie begins by analyzing the Sydney Lockout Laws and their failure to reduce violence in the city and how the laws destroyed businesses in Kings Cross. The film then segues into explaining economics and subjective value theory before delving into the consequences of the illegality of nicotine vaping.
After explaining the political spectrum of left and right, the film suggests that Libertarianism is neither and should rather be seen as a principled philosophy that can guide policy. The film then goes on to tackle a number of issues from a libertarian perspective, including the war on drugs, the war on terror, welfare dependency, centralized banking and the over-regulation of businesses.
The film takes a lot of time explaining the differences between socialism and capitalism and takes a critical look at Venezuela's economy in 2020.
- Chain, Brittany (2019-06-20). "New data reveals controversial lock-out laws have had NO effect". Mail Online. Retrieved 2020-05-29.
- "Lockout laws turning off Sydney's red light". The Daily Telegraph. 2016-06-10. Retrieved 2020-05-29.
- Another Way Official Movie on YouTube
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