Little Lessons from the School of Inattention

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Inside Job (Charles Ferguson, 2010)

It came a tad too late, which is good. In the aftermath of the financial meltdown, the film’s nagging reminder that what got the world in that shit-hole is still comfortably in place. Ferguson favors clarity to the gimmick and manipulation of Michael Moore. Thus, any resulting emotion of anger and disgust because of the contagious greed that Wall Street propagated is rational and well-informed. (7/3/2011)

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