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Source:  Deadline

To get elected anymore in this country you need to be a millionaire or have access to a great deal of money — but where is that money coming from?

Following the money is what filmmaker Kimberly Reed’s “Dark Money” tries to do during a recent election in Montana. The film is in this year’s U.S. Documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival.

The film follows an investigative reporter on the trail of a major legal case in Montana which all ties back to dark money political ad campaign spending that no one is privy to where the funding is coming from.

The documentary reveals how this practice is devastating elections throughout the country.

Read the story at Deadline.

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