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“The con man is a fixture of American life.” That’s the sound of Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney turning his hand to the world of business and corruption for a new Netflix series, Dirty Money.
The investigative show provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal in the world of business, using first-hand accounts from perpetrators and their victims, combined with rarely-seen video footage.
Produced by Jigsaw Productions, each episode is helmed by an acclaimed documentary director, including Gibney, Fisher Stevens, Jesse Moss, Erin Lee Carr, Kristi Jacobson. Topics range from the alliance between governments and automakers that allowed VW to put tens of thousands of lives at risk all for the sake of a $500 part, payday lenders, how Big Pharma gouges patients in need of life-saving drugs, and, of course, the rise and reign of TRUMP Inc.
From the creators of Enron and Going Clear, Dirty Money launches on Netflix on Friday 26th January. Here’s a trailer:
Dirty Money: Season 1 is available on Netflix UK, as part of £7.99 monthly subscription.
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