"The Flaw" Doc on Recession: Just Like "Inside Job" Movie?

| by Hollywood Elsewhere

The website for David Sington's The Flaw, which will play at Sundance, describes this 82-minute doc as "the definitive account of the roots of the biggest economic crisis to hit the world since the 1930s. Forsaking easy explanations of greedy bankers and incompetent regulators, [it] examines how America and the UK came to be gripped by the crazy belief that everyone could be rich and property prices would rise forever."

How Inside Job-bed out are you? Are you rarin' to go there again? I am, of course, but then I'm from Mars with insect antennae sticking out of my head. How about you? Ask yourself that. Go into the bathroom, look at yourself in the mirror and ask, "How Inside Job-bed out am I?"