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Audrey Marrs, producer of "Inside Job," discusses the film and what it reveals about the anatomy of the 2008 financial crisis.
Absolutely. Someone needs to make a documentary on the foreclosure crisis and the fake modification program. The banks have diminished the greatness of our country because of what they've done, all in the name of bonuses. I have a great story about what they did to my family. The press will hear about it soon.
Hi Jamie It’s great that somebody made a documentary movie about the financial crisis called Inside Job. It is a great start. If somebody would make another movie about the people like myself who got scammed with the mortgage fraud/predatory lending/foreclosure mess, I would be the first in line to be interviewed. I hope Inside Job wins the Oscar. Eugenia Renskoff
This documantery is out of date already... Berdinkee has spent the last three years printing money and passing it to the banks free of charge to them (the banks) not to you and me (we are and will pay for that printing experiment) look at the price of food.
So this crises is over... rediculous inflation is the new crises that we now have
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