• The 2003 documentary “Born Rich” is 15 years old now.
• The film looks into the lives of impossibly rich immature heirs and heiresses.
• Some of the film’s participants regretted appearing in the controversial documentary.
Fifteen years ago, Johnson Johnson successor Jamie Johnson came out with a documentary exploring what it’s really like to get a fortune.
He delved into his own knowledge flourishing up wealthy, and also interviewed 10 other young, uber-rich heirs and heiresses. Some were friends, and others ran in the same social circles.
The interviews delved into the attitudes, taboos, and enlightenment of the 1%, and constructed an unconstrained series of memorable, outrageous, and, occasionally, tinge deaf soundbites.
The ensuing film, “Born Rich,” took Johnson years to put together, and resulted in two Emmy nominations and a lawsuit from one of the expel members.
But that’s all in the past. Here’s a demeanour at where all of the “Born Rich” stars have finished up: