And sometimes it's even worst than that. But it's funny that you can't take it seriously or that you consider it lacks nuance. The real world lacks nuance, and nuance is a class privilege.
Tell me: who did assemble your computer? Have you been into a Chinese factory?
In 2013, the average fate of mankind is being a semi-slave living in a slum.
It's already happening, it's already there. There's nothing really new within this movie.
And I do not think it's a story about good vs evil (the real world is neither bad or good), but rather about people who have a kind of tunnel vision syndrome. And it affects the poor as well as the rich: each one tries to do what's best for their immediate surroundings first. Each one tries to survive in their own way.