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Money For Nothing: Inside The Federal Reserve

Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 50 min.

Plot Summary
Filmmaker Jim Bruce traces the history of the Federal Reserve through extensive interviews with federal officials, economists and historians.


Director: Jim Bruce

Genres: Documentary

Distributor: Liberty Street Films

Money For Nothing: Inside The Federal Reserve (2012)

Release Date: September 13th, 2013|1 hr. 50 min.

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  • Money for Nothing feels less prophetic than generally handwringing -- it's just enough to produce vague worry in the unschooled without moving policymakers to do anything they're not already doing. show more

  • [An] informing if not inflaming documentary. show more

  • Actor Liev Schreiber’s voice-over narration is filled with sonorous urgency, but as the film’s commentators acknowledge, some ideas are a hard sell: How do politicians and regulators convince the public on the benefits of a financial diet when a spending spree sounds much more fun? show more

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