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||IMDB Rating: 8.3/10 from AL votes
||Release: 5 May 2011 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Crime, Documentary
||Stars: Barney Frank, Ben Bernanke, Daniel Alpert, George W. Bush, Jerome Fons, John Campbell, Jonathan Alpert, Kristin Davis, Martin Feldstein, Matt Damon, Patrick Daniel, Satyajit Das, Sigridur Benediktsdottir, Willem Buiter, William Ackman
||Synopsis: 'Inside Job' provides a comprehensive analysis of the global financial crisis of 2008, which at a cost over $20 trillion, caused millions of people to lose their jobs and homes in the worst recession since the Great Depression, and nearly resulted in a global financial collapse. Through exhaustive research and extensive interviews with key financial insiders, politicians, journalists, and academics, the film traces the rise of a rogue industry which has corrupted politics, regulation, and academia. It was made on location in the United States, Iceland, England, France, Singapore, and China. Written by Anonymous
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Charles Ferguson's "Inside Job" is strong, fair, and rational. The
director tries mightily to untangle the complex architecture of the
financial meltdown that has cost millions their jobs, their homes, and
their savings. If you consider skipping it because it sounds boring,
please think again. My blood is still boiling.
Why does this documentary leave us sunk in despair? Because it confirms
the certainty that there is no one left we can trust. The fact that
much of what brought the economy to its knees was legal, not criminal,
signals a financial sector run by ethical nihilists who will pursue
every legal loophole to enrich themselves. Human nature, you say? Then
bring back the stringent regulation that gave the industry forty years
of reasonable corporate success before Reagan era deregulation. The
schoolyard bullies need supervision.
America's bubble of private gain and public loss was pierced by the
collapse of Lehman Bros. and AIG. Banks merged into "too big to fail"
behemoths; safeguards were overturned; regulation of derivatives was
banned; This vacuum quickly filled with money laundering, defrauding of
customers, cooking the books, and stuffing of the pockets of top
officers with money. Larry Summers took 20 million as adviser to a
hedge fund. Lehman's CEO took 485 million, the CEO of the failing AIG
315 million. Fired by Merrill, CEO Stan O'Neal departed with a
severance bonus of 161 million.
When Mortgages were bundled and sold to the bloated investment banks,
lenders no longer cared if they were repaid. Goldman, Lehman, and
Merrill were all players. Summers, Bernanke, and Geithner all stood
against corrective measures and would play pivotal roles in the Obama
Absent limits on the impulsive risk takers, Wall Street plunged into
personal pleasure. There was never enough: penthouses on Park, private
jets (six for Lehman alone), vacation homes, art collections, drivers,
private elevators, drugs, alcohol, strip bars, and prostitution - one
private supplier within spitting distance of the stock exchange counted
10,000 men among her customers..
Three ratings agencies made fortunes bestowing unwarranted ratings
right up to two days before Lehman failed, later testifying before
congress that these were merely "opinions", not guides for investors.
The crowning disgrace is the corruption of the universities. Business
school professors consult with companies. Glenn Hubbard, dean of
Columbia Business School, takes $250,000 as a board member of Met Life.
Larry Summers, back at Harvard, continues to rake in consulting and
The presidents of Harvard and Columbia refused comment. You will
appreciate the honesty of Raghuram Rajan who wrote strong warnings and
French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, who spoke with disgust of
It used to be that respected academics could be counted on to be the
conscience of democracy. Now they are reduced to being interchangeable
components in the conflict of interest chain that links
business/government/university. Credit Charles Ferguson with a superb
investigation and give thanks that we still have a free investigative
press to wake the sleeping citizenry.
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, Ben Bernanke
, Daniel Alpert
, George W. Bush
, Jerome Fons
, John Campbell
, Jonathan Alpert
, Kristin Davis
, Martin Feldstein
, Matt Damon
, Patrick Daniel
, Satyajit Das
, Sigridur Benediktsdottir
, Willem Buiter
, William Ackman
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