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The Dalai Lama,
This was a pretty interesting documentary. It was about something everybody already knows about and yet a lot of people don't. Up til now I thought corporations got a lot of breaks, I had NO idea in some cases they paid nothing and in others actually got money in rebates.
It was interesting to see the complexity of the tax code tied in with politicians unwillingness or inability to change any of it, it paints a bleak picture for the future of the US and shows just how manipulative corporations given the freedom can be.
The story telling of this was ok, I found it fast enough and interesting enough to keep watching. I think though it might have benefited from a human narrator vs text on screen to liven it up a bit. The content is what really pushes this documentary up to a 6. It was a bit repetitive showing the protesting over and over again even though it nails home the whole David vs Goliath idea and how hopeless it seems. I think the movie was trying to go for a more positive spin here where you can get out and can make a difference but thats not how I saw it.
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