Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Not all of the victims of Lehman Brothers’ shady business practices were investors and borrowers. As Jennifer Deschamps’ documentary, “Inside Lehman Brothers,” vividly illustrates, some of them worked inside the company.
The film tells the stories of several former employees whose professional lives were ruined when they attempted to raise alarm bells about what they were privy to.
Although more of a footnote to the tale rather than a definitive account, “Inside Lehman Brothers” is a worthy addition to the growing roster of documentary and dramatic films dealing with the financial crisis that may rear its ugly head once again in the near future due to the current rollback of industry regulations.
The film recently received its world premiere at the DOC NYC film festival.
Read the story at The Hollywood Reporter.
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