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Dark Money is a movie starring Jon Tester, Debra Bonogofsky, and Jim Peterson. DARK MONEY, a political thriller, examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our...

Kimberly Reed
Debra Bonogofsky, Jim Peterson, Ellie Hill, Jon Tester

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Genres Documentary
Director Kimberly Reed
Writer Jay Arthur Sterrenberg, Kimberly Reed
Stars Debra Bonogofsky, Jim Peterson, Ellie Hill, Jon Tester
Country USA
Also Known As Magt til salg - USA's hemmelige kampagnepenge
Runtime 1 h 39 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description DARK MONEY, a political thriller, examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials. The film takes viewers to Montana--a front line in the fight to preserve fair elections nationwide--to follow an intrepid local journalist working to expose the real-life impact of the US Supreme Court's Citizens United decision. Through this gripping story, DARK MONEY uncovers the shocking and vital truth of how American elections are bought and sold. This Sundance award-winning documentary is directed/produced by Kimberly Reed (PRODIGAL SONS) and produced by Katy Chevigny (E-TEAM).

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Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 08:31

A wonderful and moving documentary that is as much a work of journalism as it is of art. As I watched the movie, I was thinking how fascinating it would be to discover the real story behind the Big Business of the Watergate scandal. But the movie never lets you down. Instead, it asks you to take a step back and see the bigger picture. It does this with great insight and incredible insight into the real story of the Watergate scandal, and how it is relevant today. The film starts with a great first-person interview with Peter Jennings, the former editor of LIFE magazine, who became the first to expose the Watergate scandal. Jennings describes the Watergate scandal as a "break-in" that was totally outside the rules. The question that Jennings asks the reporters is whether or not the FBI had any interest in getting to the bottom of the Watergate scandal. Jennings answers "yes", and the movie follows his own investigation. Jennings' "source" was a colleague of his, who was the head of the FBI's investigation of Watergate. He described his source as being a "caught-up-in-the-tough-times-of-the-1970s" type, someone who just wanted to keep his job. The other great part of the movie is that it really does not focus on the Watergate scandal. Instead, it focuses on the real story of the Watergate scandal. When you see the film, you see a lot of stories, but the movie never points out the "real" story behind them. Instead, it gives you a look into the real life of people who were involved in the Watergate scandal. It is a film that really lets you feel the pain of the people involved in Watergate. In this film, you can see that the real-life stories of people who were involved in Watergate are just as real and important as the real-life stories of the real-life Watergate scandal. There are only a few "real" stories in this film, and the real stories are so powerful and important that they should not be overshadowed by the real Watergate scandal. This is a great film and a great documentary. I think that everyone should see it, but especially those who want to learn about the Watergate scandal. You will see a lot of powerful moments and moments that will stay with you forever. I am glad that this film was made, because it really does show the real story behind Watergate, and it is worth seeing.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 21:22

There's no doubt that John McCain is a very likable man. He is very well-liked by most of his constituents, even those who disagree with him. The same is true for many members of Congress, and their constituents. This documentary is one of the best pieces of journalism that I've seen. There are many parts of this documentary that are painful to watch. However, the first hour and a half are very heart-wrenching. There are moments of the documentary that are heartbreaking, and that's a shame. These are not scenes that a person should feel ashamed of. In fact, the very idea of this documentary is heartbreaking. But I think the film does a great job of showing us what people's lives are like, especially those of those who are in Congress. These are the people who are in charge of what we consider "big government." This is the main focus of this documentary. There are many people who don't like the Congress, and are very upset with the amount of power that they have. Some of the most interesting stories that the documentary tells are about the things that they do. For example, we see the many different kinds of things that are taken out of the budget by this Congress. For example, the government shutdown in 1996, which was a huge event for the country. The following year, the House Republicans voted for a very unpopular tax cut, and only got it passed because they had the votes to pass it. There are many other stories that are really amazing. For example, we see a video of a man who had been raped. The man is very emotional about this, and the man who raped him has very personal stories. Many people have similar stories. Many of the things that they do are the things that politicians do. It's also very interesting to see how politicians have changed over the years. We see a lot of examples of politicians who have changed over the years. I think that this documentary is a very good one for anyone who is interested in the media. I think that it's a good film to watch, and I think that it's worth seeing. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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