Note: It looks like Internet Archive has removed this film after hosting it for some time. If it comes back online, we will let you know.
In late February, Charles Ferguson's film – Inside Job – won the Academy Award for Best Documentary. And now the film documenting the causes of the 2008 global financial meltdown has made its way online (thanks to the Internet Archive). A corrupt financial industry, its corrosive relationship with politicians, academics and regulators, and the trillions of damage done, it all gets documented in this film that runs a little shy of 2 hours.
Inside Job (now listed in our Free Movie collection) can be purchased on DVD at Amazon. We all love free, but let's remember that good projects cost real money to develop, and they could use real financial support. So please consider buying a copy.
Hopefully watching or buying this film won't be a pointless act, even though it can rightly feel that way. As Charles Ferguson reminded us during his Oscar acceptance speech, we are three years beyond the Wall Street crisis and taxpayers (you) got fleeced for billions. But still not one Wall Street exec is facing criminal charges. Welcome to your plutocracy...