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In Debt We Trust: America Before the Bubble Bursts (2006)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 2006 (USA)
Just a few decades ago, owing more money than you had in your bank account was the exception, not the rule.

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Nina Adams ...
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David Aguilar ...
Himself - Entrepreneur
Roy Barnes ...
Himself - Former Governor of Georgia
Steve Barnett ...
Himself - Former Credit Card Executive
Tracy Berry ...
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Mildred Brown ...
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Lou Cherico ...
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Dennis Devareaux ...
Himself - Graduate Student
Tamara Draut ...
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Darrin Elmore ...
Himself - US Navy
Michell Fayez-Olabi ...
Herself - Foreclosure Victim
Daniel Gross ...
Himself - Computer Database Expert
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Just a few decades ago, owing more money than you had in your bank account was the exception, not the rule.

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A complete waste of time
12 May 2007 | by See all my reviews

What a load of crap! What a surprise, credit cards charge interest. Students are bad with money! Short Term Loans are a bad idea. Besides the fact there is no real insight in this movie, it is cheap looking, the sound is horrible, and they jump from idea to idea without offering any concluding thought. There is a lot of corruption in the money lending industry and this is a large scale problem in North America. This movie gives you nothing that opening your credit card statement can't already give you. I am all for documentaries, but this looks like it was thrown together on a weekend by a community college instructor with music by a local dinner theatre. If you want to prevent yourself from going into debt, save the $4.00 you'd spend on renting this garbage.


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