The first "dramatic-documentary-musical" raises questions about class and power that won't be soon forgotten.

As they say, with power, comes great responsibility. For the two young Ivy-League graduates featured in 'The American Ruling Class,' the decision they are faced with is whether it is better to rule the world, or save it?

The film shadows Lewis Lapham, a world renowned author and essayist, and the recent Yale alumni as they travel the country. While attending Pentagon briefings and New York society dinners they struggle to answer one overlying question: Who rules America?

'The American Ruling Class', which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2005, is a unique genre-bending film that toes on the taboo, and will leave you pondering the issues for days to come. Watch the film in full, or snag it onto your own site, from

categories Documentaries