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LaurelPanel

A “reality” trip into the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. Beyond Greenaway reveals the pleasures, pitfalls and responsibilities of wealth with sensitivity, humor and fine filmmaking skills. Whether you’re rich, poor or in-between, you’ll gain from watching this wonderful film.

John de Graaf

Co-producer, AFFLUENZA and other PBS documentaries

Sharing her family’s unique experiences and perspectives. Sue Gilbert tells a fascinating story filled with interesting individuals who live in a world of rare privilege. Where many people in her position prefer to hide while the rest of the world harbors preconceptions, Sue bravely and meaningfully fosters understanding across class and other divides.

Lance Rhoades

Program Director, Mercer Island Arts Council Classics on Film

A wonderful, utterly irresistible piece of film-making that had me pressing the PLAY button the moment it was over. A fascinating glimpse into one of America’s wealthy families.

Christopher Buckley

author of “Losing Mum and Pup”

I thought the film was both well done and entertaining while opening a door that can lead to discussing issues most of us are uncomfortable with.

Michael Ocrant

Conference Director, Institutional Investor

What do we pass on?

Do children inherit their parents’ values along with their money? Director Sue Gilbert interviews three generations of her upper class American family about their lifestyles, comparing viewpoints on wealth, class, religion, marriage, therapy and politics. A sequel to her award-winning documentary Greenaway (1982), Beyond Greenaway: The Legacy is a fascinating cultural snapshot told from an insider’s perspective.

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