Documentary about the fine and rare wine auction market centering around a counterfeiter who befriended the rich and powerful and sold millions of dollars of fraudulent wine through the top auction houses.
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For centuries, Bordeaux has assumed a mythical status in the world of fine wine as a leitmotif of wealth, power and influence, but its prosperity has always been linked to the capricious nature of markets and the shifting fortunes of global economies. Now change is coming to Bordeaux, with traditional customers like the US and the UK falling away, as China's new rich push prices to stratospheric levels. The demand is unprecedented, but the product is finite and this new client wants it all. Will the China market be the bubble that never bursts or the biggest threat yet to Bordeaux's centuries old reputation?Written by
I was expecting to see a cliché movie, but instead I was overwhelmed. This movie shows exactly what is going on with a cohort of Chinese society. This movie worth it. Antropologically talking, this movie is a must if you want to understand what's going on here. Listen carefully the mix blood woman, she just put in worth my thoughts. Been in China is not the same as seeing China, we have to learn a lot about this country. I just write down everything she said. I think is the key to begging to understand China and Chinese people. AWESOME!!! What we think is right, for others maybe is wrong or even unacceptable, tolerance is the key.
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