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  1. 7 de mar. de 2017 · Plunder: The Crime of Our Time: Directed by Danny Schechter. With Gary Ackerman, Jonathan Alpert, Bill Bamber, Benjamin Barber. Documentarian Danny Schechter explores the financial crisis and argues that it was built on a foundation of criminal activity.

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    • Danny Schechter
    • 2017-03-07
  2. 22 de nov. de 2018 · Documentarian Danny Schechter explores the financial crisis and argues that it was built on a foundation of criminal activity. To get to the bottom of it all...

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  3. Plunder: The Crime of Our Time. Rent Plunder: The Crime of Our Time on Prime Video, or buy it on Prime Video. An investigation into the criminal activity that lead to the recent...

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    • Danny Schechter
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    • James Chanos, Jesse Jackson, Paul Krugman
  4. Journalist and filmmaker Danny Schechter, the self-proclaimed 'News Dissector' is relentless in his desire to bring to light the criminal practices that brought about an economic crisis whose impact has been so severe that, in the words of George W. Bush, it could be "greater than the great depression". 11 IMDb 6.7 1 h 41 min 2017.

  5. Plunder: The Crime of Our Time is a hard-hitting investigative film by Danny Schechter. The "News Dissector" explores how the financial crisis was built on a foundation of criminal activity uncovering the connection between the collapse of the housing mar. 11 IMDb 6.6 1 h 46 min 2017. 7+.

  6. Plunder: The Crime of Our Time es una película dirigida por Danny Schechter. Descubre todas las informaciones sobre la película Plunder: The Crime of Our Time, los vídeos y...

  7. Journalist and filmmaker Danny Schechter, the self-proclaimed 'News Dissector' is relentless in his desire to bring to light the criminal practices that brought about an economic crisis whose impact has been so severe that, in the words of George W. Bush, it could be "greater than the great depression".