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Love the topics, the pacing and camera work is kinda slow. There are awkward, maybe hopefully dramatic pauses that I could do without
Listening to people talk about how the crooks in the three piece suits rip you off both in complicated and layman's terms, is fascinating. Highly recommend it.
Great documentary with interesting storytelling thread backed by engaging stakeholders, and well researched facts. Exposing stories that may be otherwise less known to people - intriguing and food for thought for sure.
I'm glued to the TV! Amazing series, very informative
What a bunch of garbage. Don't waste your time.
This docu-series is ambitious and brutal without overly complicating information and at times goes right for the jugular. A true examination of corporate greed, scandal, and the overlooked (and blatant) crimes contributing to the current economic challenges in the world today. Good, bad or indifferent, this series has something that can speak to everyone.
Find this serial using boxxy software . Already The fourth series is disappointing. 50 minutes about anything.
they can replace almost all of the programing on tv with shows like this and i will binge watch all damned day!
EVERY EPISODE HAS A NEW DIRECTOR AND is crafted differently which makes 'Dirty money' a great and infuriating documentary series about companies and people and how they lie, cheat, and steal to make a profit.
One of the best shows/Documentaries I have watched hands down! wonderfully made, never a dull moment and shit tons of jaw dropping revelations.