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28th October
written by Adam

A riveting and enlightening look at the United States and the economic melt down of 2008, directed by Charles Ferguson and narrated by Matt Damon, Inside Job lays out where we’ve come from, where we are, and where we’re going financially. Meticulous in its method the film serves as both a warning and a wake up as it exposes the fatal flaws of the system we operate under– specifically pointing out that no matter the political party in control, the same band of financial advisors have been manipulating the economy for decades. Even more impressive, given that the subject material could make for an incredibly drab and mind numbing lecture on global political economy, the film actually turns out to be broken down into easily digestible segments that inform and entertain and at the same time enrage. Powerful, timely, and worth seeing, Inside Job is rated PG-13.

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