Panama Papers

A lively and level-headed exposé, but it's also a moral inquiry into how the top echelon is now united...in robbing the rest of us blind.

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The Panama Papers

From acclaimed director Alex Winter (Deep Web), Bungalow Media + Entertainment, Trouper Productions and Zipper Bros. Films, The Panama Papers details the unprecedented coordination of journalists from around the world working in secret, at great personal risk, to expose the largest data leak in history: a global corruption scandal involving corrupt power brokers, the uber rich, elected officials, dictators, cartel bosses, athletes and celebrities who had used the Panamanian law firm of Mossack Fonseca to hide their money. The story cracked open a hidden network of tax evasion, fraud, cronyism, bribing government officials, rigging elections, and murder.

Genre
Documentary, Politics & World Affairs
Runtime
100
Language
English
Director
Alex Winter
FEATURED REVIEW
Alan ZilbermanWashington City Paper

Alex Winter gravitates toward stories about the tech world’s underbelly. He directed 'Downloaded,' an account of Napster and the controversy over file sharing software, as well as a documentary about BitCoin and The Silk Road. 'The Panama Papers' is a natural next step for him, both in terms of ...

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