I think one of the most important principles in evaluating a movie is that it tends to satirize the society by explaining a story with a spontaneously logical way. This kind of movie also tends to put the weight to the claims of one side with many examples and evidence in supporting these claims rather than taking a neutral attitude. When suggesting this kind of content, the important things are its logicality, consistency, and credibility. If some parts are not solid to convey, the movie could be fun making it no less than just one of the conspiracy theories. The documentary movie could be boring or fun depending on editing techniques. But the fact is it is easy to make the opposite position look foolish through the editing techniques. Again, the important thing is that the data must be credible. If it isn’t, the story could possibly become distorted.
In that way this movie is made pretty well. This movie is quite easy to understand even though I am not good at financial stuffs. This movie is very clear in what it is trying to convey but when it does not, it could cloud the issues or report lopsidedly but through having interviews with significant people or films, it was able to show logical perspectives as much as they possibly could. At the end, the movie obviously tells us the points clearly. For me this movie is one of the best documentary movies I have seen in my life. I can highly recommend everyone to watch this movie.
Actually I can’t remember the whole part of the movie but the impressive part for me was in the part that shows in 2008 when it said that the financial crisis was a predictable accident. This movie said the uncontrollable relaxation of regulation brought the crisis. The movie says the reason why United States economy grew without any specific financial crisis for 40 years since 1930 is that financial industry had had strict regulations. After 1980 regulations were relaxed one by one, the...
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