The creative and financing team for the production of "The Invisible Hand" is starting to come together. First, I need to hire Fraters correspondent Joe B for the writing staff. Based on some of his commentary yesterday (Die! Die! Die!), I really like his style.
I also see a technical advisor's credit going to King from SCSU Scholars, based on his commentary from yesterday. His knowledge of the history of economics as cinematic drama is impressive. He has a list of good movies depicting capitalism in its appropriate light. He's also got interesting plot suggestions for "Hand" (as the guys in the crew are calling it). For example, instead of the movie's climax being testimony in front of the Senate Budget Committee, King opines:
I would prefer a hail of bullets.
Imagine what Joe B. could do with that idea. I also like King's eye for casting, specifically this link comparing the relative merits of Salma Hayek versus Friedrich Hayek. Based on these qualifications, I definitely see Salma in a supporting role.
With all these good ideas, plus a non-refundable investment of $25,000, I may just have to give King a co-producer's credit.