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We All Fall Down: The American Mortgage Crisis (2009)

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The rise and fall of America's home lending system as told by Wall Street bankers, renowned economists, public officials, industry experts and homeowners themselves, all across the U.S.

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Twelve months in the making, this film documents the evolution of the mortgage finance from its origins in the 1930s to its recent degeneration into a nationwide pyramid scheme. It features testimonials from industry experts and Wall Street insiders, combined with the personal perspective of homeowners and community officials affected by the crisis. The film explains how the system worked, why it failed and what the fallout has been for homeowners, neighborhoods and communities devastated by its collapse. The film examines America's future as it goes ever deeper into debt to finance an endless series of bailouts. Written by Kevin Stocklin

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2 April 2009 (USA)  »

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