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Last Will and Embezzlement

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Plot Summary
Financial exploitation of the elderly affects not only them, but over the long term, the fraud impacts all of society.

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Genres: Documentary

Last Will and Embezzlement (2012)

Release Date: April 13th, 2012|1 hr. 24 min.

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  • June 29, 2012 vu00000000126310
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    I was amazed at how prevalent this problem of financial elderly abuse was. The film brought this important subject to the forefront. Imagine that this is happening even to the famous. The film was fascinating as it went through the difficult times of real people. It was written so that it was easy to follow and understand. Having Pamela Glasner\'s personal experience was a plus as you realized she was an unfortunate expert on this issue. Last Will and Embezzlement is a must see for all of us who have aging parents so we can ensure they are protected from being a victim of this horrible problem. Something needs to be done to protect this special population who may not be able to realize what is happening to them. Our parents protected us growing up and now it is up to us to ensure they are protected to enjoy their final years in peace.

  • June 28, 2012 tp00000000125575
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    I became interested in Last Will and Embezzlement when I learned about Pamela Glasner\'s personal experiences with elder fraud. Our organization helps people affected by Alzheimer\'s/dementia, as well as vision loss. Many of them are truly vulnerable to unethical people aiming to financially exploit them. This film helped me learn more about what can happen to even sharp-seeing and -thinking seniors who encounter highly skilled con artists…often members of their own families. It’s especially powerful to hear the stories of the victims: people who could be our neighbors, our friends, ourselves. Especially striking is the story of film legend Mickey Rooney, who has spent time in all of our living rooms. The term “domestic abuse” is well applied in cases like his and others in the film whose “loved ones” are robbing them blind. It made me realize that I need to take steps to protect my own father, and myself, to prevent such devastating theft. Pamela Glasner (writer/producer) and Deborah Louise Robinson (director/producer) effectively grab the audience and make us care…then become outraged. It\'s important for people to watch this film, learn about the scope and insidious nature of this problem, and act to stop it. Melissa May American Health As

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