The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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The ideas in this densely packed but enlightening film can be challenging, but must be heard.
In its account of the many ways corporations shield their dough, the film lacks specifics that would be useful to many viewers.
A concise, engrossing and occasionally infuriating overview of the ways multinationals avoid taxes by stashing profits in offshore havens.
In addition to diagnosing the problem, the film also offers solutions though the challenge ahead is beyond daunting. Open your eyes. Go and see this film.
A penetrating look at how offshore tax havens in places like the Cayman Islands operate as a key neoliberal institution.
There's a ton of information here, and there's no question that director Harold Crooks's arguments are convincing.
The Price We Pay is a complex, nuanced film about a complex, nuanced situation.
Where is "offshore," exactly? That's one of many provocative questions asked in The Price We Pay, Harold Crooks's probing documentary on corporate tax avoidance via offshore tax havens.
[It] does a fine job of laying out how much more complicated this issue is in the digital age, when even what corporations do is as ephemeral as the way they treat their money
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