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[Narrating the epilogue]
Others at Enron responded more... openly to the call for disclosure. Dream became reality when Playboy presented "The Women of Enron," and then, Playgirl responded with "The Men of Enron." Bickers? Well, he left Wall Street and found something a little more...
[Pictures are shown of Bickers as a blackjack dealer in Las Vegas]
secure. Duffy returned his family to San Francisco. Liz found another marketing job.
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As one of the victims of the whole Enron scandal, my mother forced me to watch this movie with her. How many times can I say awful? The script was so weak, using cliche after cliche. It seems as though the writers pieced this story together with a few articles on Enron. Watching the movie, we honestly were able to complete about half of the one-dimensional characters' lines and thoughts. I realize this was supposedly adapted from a book, but was the book this bad? I don't know what to say. Just terrible. The best thing about the movie? Shannon Elizabeth actually kept her clothes on. Other than that, this movie gets a big fat F.
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