This is the trailer for The Queen of Versailles, which I watched last night. The featured couple, David and Jackie Siegel, were billionaires whose empire collapsed. A film crew was in the proceess of documenting their life in 2008, when the financial crisis struck. Siegel's fortune had been built on real estate. Time share real estate. Sold to people with limited financial resources. In Florida and Las Vegas.
The film traces their dizzying fall from building the largest private home in the world...
"The house includes ten kitchens, 13 bedrooms, 23 bathrooms, and a 20-car garage with additional space for limos, a two-lane bowling alley, an indoor rollerskating rink, a video arcade, a fitness center with spa, two tennis courts, and a baseball diamond"... to reprimanding the children about the expense of leaving the lights on.
It's an impressive movie. Not enjoyable, exactly, but memorable.
("Schadenfreude" is defined here.)