Category Archives: Raging Bullshit’s Films of the Week

  1. RGBS’s Film of the Week: Life and Debt

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    23/02/2014 by Don Quijones

    This little known documentary by Stephanie Black explores the effects of globalisation — in particular the role of international financiers …
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  2. RGBS’s Film of the Week: My Sassy Girl

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    16/02/2014 by Don Quijones

    My Sassy Girl was the first film in RGBS’s series of films of the week. If you’ve never seen this …
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  3. RGBS’s (Second) Film of the Week: Memory of a Plunder

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    07/02/2014 by Don Quijones

    Argentina is back on the front pages of the financial press — and once again for all the wrong reasons. …
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  4. RGBS’s Film of the Week: Escape From Sobibor

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    06/02/2014 by Don Quijones

    The selection and introduction for this week’s film of the week has been provided by my friend and occasional RGBS …
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  5. RGBS’s Film of the Week: The Shock Doctrine

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    28/01/2014 by Don Quijones

    “Only a crisis, actual or perceived, produces real change.” Milton Friedman Nigel Winterbottom’s hard-hitting adaptation of Naomi Klein’s best-selling book …
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  6. RGBS’s Film of the Week: Overdose — The Next Financial Crisis

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    21/01/2014 by Don Quijones

    If you like your realism razor-sharp real, here’s one to warm your cockles and raise your spirits — a brutally …
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  7. RGBS’s Film of the Week: The Yes Men Fix The World

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    15/01/2014 by Don Quijones

    The Yes Men Fix The World is a screwball documentary about two gonzo political activists who, posing as top executives …
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