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Live Another Day (2016)

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Live Another Day is the inside, untold story of the U.S. auto bailout by the government. It picks up where "The Big Short" left off, showing how the housing crisis and Lehman Brothers' ... See full summary »

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Live Another Day is the inside, untold story of the U.S. auto bailout by the government. It picks up where "The Big Short" left off, showing how the housing crisis and Lehman Brothers' collapse led directly to the auto industry's downfall and how these companies were really rescued.

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Rated PG for brief images of smoking and violence
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After bailing out the auto companies, who was entitled to the company profits up to the value of the new money provided during the bankruptcy after the secured creditors received liquidation value for their collateral A) the secured creditors who did not fund the bankruptcy loans or B) the government who did. Answer is B. See more »

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Written by Mick Jones (as Michael Jones)
Performed by Foreigner
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Unbiased, and Illuminating
12 July 2017 | by (Detroit, Michigan) – See all my reviews

Surprisingly pleased by what I expected to be a reasonably dull subject, but instead discovered an unbiased, illuminating, and well- researched expose on what really happened during those fateful days in 2008 and 2009, and how the government and UAW seized the narrative; possibly at the long-term expense of progress and, ironically, even at the long-term expense of the American laborer. Only time will tell.

The filmmakers start with the book Crash Course and take us on a fascinating journey where the entire US auto industry teetered on oblivion; providing excellent access to key decision makers on both sides of the debate; so much so that the viewer will be able to draw his or her own own conclusions, but at least do so with a framework of truth and facts, rather than spin.


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