Netflix's 'Dirty Money' Dissects Corporate Greed and Fraud in New Trailer

Investigates the likes of Martin Shkreli and TRUMP, Inc.,

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Netflix‘s newest documentary Dirty Money delivers a searing look at corporate greed and fraud and the deleterious effects it imposes on the middle-class and poor.

Examining six stories of unchecked avarice, Alex Gibney, director of Enron and Going Clear, explores the legal fallacies that enable problematic corporations and business practitioners to prey on the lower tiers of society while amassing wealth. By examining these cases, Gibney hopes to further illustrate the flaws within a system that gives immunity to a few of the unprosecutable one percent –where consequences and harm are handed off to everyday people.

Be sure to check out the film January 26 via Netflix. In related news, watch Obama discuss dancing with Prince with David Letterman.

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