Power Trip exposes the electricity crisis in the country of Georgia shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union. It looks at the chaos and riots that occurred in Tbilisi, Georgia, shortly after the AES Corporation, an American global power company, purchased Telasi, Tbilisi's privatized electricity distribution company. The film exposes corruption in the highest levels of government as well as the plight of the Georgian people as they struggle for power.
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"A tragicomic portrait of the pitfalls of capitalism in one republic of the former Soviet empire."- Filmmaker Magazine