The documentary film Status Anxiety (2004), presented by Alain de Botton and based on his book of the same name.
We are richer than ever before. We live longer, own more property and induldge in greater luxuries. So why aren't we getting any happier? One concern,
above all, keeps us awake at night: status. Am I a success? Have I made it? Do I have the right car, the right clothes? Do people think I'm a loser
and should I really care? Writer and presenter Alain de Botton challenges the idea that what we do, where we live and what we own, should define
our status and determine our happiness.
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