Too Big to Fail – Die große Krise (TV Movie 2011)

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Too Big to Fail – Die große Krise: Directed by Curtis Hanson. With James Woods, John Heard, William Hurt, Erin Dilly. Chronicles the financial meltdown of 2008 and centers on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.

“I liked this movie when I first saw it. Entertaining, great performances, and what I thought was a great explanation of the 2008 economic crisis. Then I watched the documentary u0026quot;Inside Jobu0026quot; and learned the truth. Hank Paulson was not a hero. He started the house on fire to collect his money (deregulation) and then had to scramble to put it out when he realized he was going to burn with it. This movie makes him look like a hero for putting it out. By the way he collected a nice chunk of change by selling his stock with Goldman Sachs to become the Treasury Secretary (mandatory)before the crash. And donu0026#39;t get me wrong, he didnu0026#39;t do it all alone and in no way his he solely responsible, and iu0026#39;m glad him and Geitner succeeded in keeping our world from falling apart, but this movie rings way too false after you watch the real story in u0026quot;Inside Jobu0026quot;. I wonu0026#39;t speculate on Mr. Sorkins (writer) motives, but he and his co-writer are way off on telling the true story of what happened. I still appreciate the performances and direction, but itu0026#39;s like watching a lie now. Sorry, please watch Inside Job narrated by Matt Damon by the way, and see what you think!”


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