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Or something like that. I think sometimes you just feel like the less you know the better you can sleep. On the other hand, deep down inside you know corruption is real and you know there is a lot of "hustling" going on. And this just shines a light on things.
Really good documentary, though you may not feel like watching it, if it's not your thing of course. Many interviews and a clear structure. It really builds up to something although obviously it does not offer solutions. How could it? Still fascinating and enticing.
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