This illuminating albeit meandering documentary focuses on three issues that all connect to some form of debt: the BP oil spill from 2006, a blood feud between two Albanian familiaes, and mistreated tomato farm workers in Florida. Each of those topics could have easily been tackled in separate documentaries. Director Jennifer Baichwal does her best to tie the three topics together with the help of interviews with novelist/poet/enivoronmental activist Margaret Atwood, author of Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth which this doc is based on. The images of the BP oil spill speak louder than words and will haunt you for days, although, admittedly the catastrophe was explored with much more depth in The Big Fix. Had Baichwal just picked one or two of those topics and delved into them, the documentary would feel much more organized and insightful.