I like to think that we may be entering a golden age of libertarian entertainment:
“Silver Circle” is an animated love story/hyperinflation dystopia set at the Federal Reserve. It had its Washington-area premiere this weekend: one screen, one theater, a one-week run at the Regal theater in the Ballston Common mall.
“Did somebody find a money clip?” a man, one of about 40 people in attendance, hollers into the darkness just before the film began Friday evening.
“Wait, is there free money here?” someone asks.
“It’s Federal Reserve money,” a third person responds. “Not worth anything anyway.”
Now someone needs to make a movie about Bitcoin.