Just finished the 2010 production The Inside Job: a closer look at the financial meltdown.
It’s a two hours documentury/crime about the events (i.e. deregulations) that led up to the 2008 meltdown. Narrated by Matt Damon and filled with hard-hitting, easy-to-grasp statistics, the movie gives a hard, tough look at what really caused the financial crisis. A fan of Roubini’s book, Crisis Economics, this movie makes a lot of complex material easily accessible.
The movie – and book – should be on any MBA programs core curriculum.