The “Atlas Shrugged” Trilogy — Produced by businessman John Aglialoro, the films essentially act like a CliffsNotes version of Ayn Rand’s book broken into three parts. The story concerns a world very much similar to our own — a growing and oppressive government takes more and more away from the people and the prosperous in the name of good. The individual has become a taboo idea, and the idea of “we” has taken over.
The story of “Atlas Shrugged” is a reminder about the essential need to let individual prospers. Imagine a world where people like Steve Jobs are villains, not heroes. “Atlas Shrugged” asks the question: What if the dreamers of the world suddenly had enough and decided to disappear?