Inside Job – *(*)

Posted: January 3, 2016 in 2010, Documentary, Uncategorized, USA, X1/2

If, after watching The Big Short, you feel like you want to know more about the financial credit crisis of the late 00’s, than there’s this award winning documentary called Inside Job, narrated by Matt Damon.

It’s kind of interesting, but somehow doesn’t really live up to its reputation. It gets boring quite fast. It’s very negative and depressing and biased, which isn’t necessarily a critique because you could not possibly make a positive, uplifting and neutral account of the crisis even if you tried hard. But it’s just so fucking boring. No wonder these insurance companies, banks, financial experts, ratings bureaus and even professors and journalists get away with so much crooked business. They made it so incredibly confusing and difficult that no normal person can understand what they are doing. Hey, most of the time they do not even understand themselves.

The long rating is just because of the topic. If you did not read about the crisis when it happened, you most likely do not want to learn about it now either.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1645089

Rented it. But damn, the whole documentary is on youtube!

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