The New York Times
A chilling monologue of imminent catastrophe, “Collapse” is not just sobering; it's a full-on assault. Filmed over two days last March, in the basement of an abandoned meatpacking plant in downtown Los Angeles, it showcases the singular obsession of the author Michael C. Ruppert, a former Los Angeles police officer and investigative journalist who has seen industrial society's tipping point — in the rearview mirror.