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Tony Gandía almost 5 years ago
The superbly-paced documentary "Inside Job" is a well-deserved Academy Award winner.
Robert Postill over 5 years ago
This film did it's job well, I'm flabbergasted by what happened.
Syed Ashruf almost 6 years ago
very well explained..'If those dreams turn out to be nightmares, other people pay for it'
Nacho Pulido Llamas almost 7 years ago
very interesting and well explained!
Dominic Dirupo over 7 years ago
Interesting insight into the financial crisis. Don't really want to see again in a hurry
Courtney Bess almost 2 years ago
Matt Campbell over 2 years ago
Thibaut Morel almost 3 years ago
Ben Nagy over 3 years ago
Sven Delarivière almost 4 years ago
David Hoffman almost 4 years ago
Christian Gram almost 4 years ago
Nicolas Baña over 4 years ago
Lachie Munro over 4 years ago
Sheng Zou almost 5 years ago
Emily Wigley almost 5 years ago
Aulis Puri 5 years ago
Daniela over 5 years ago
R B over 5 years ago
Inside Job is a 2010 documentary film about the late-2000s financial crisis directed by Charles H. Ferguson. The film is described by Ferguson as being about "the systemic corruption of the United States by the financial services industry and the consequences of that systemic corruption." In five parts, the film explores how changes in the policy environment and banking practices helped create the financial crisis. Inside Job was well received by film critics who praised its pacing, research, and exposition of complex material. The film was screened at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival in May and won the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. The documentary is in five parts. It begins with a look at how Iceland was highly deregulated in 2000 and its banks were privatized. When Lehman Brothers went bankrupt and AIG collapsed on September 15, 2008, Iceland and the rest of the world went into a global recession. The American financial industry was regulated from 1940 to 1980,...
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