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Though the recession officially ended in summer 2009, the fallout continues for some 25 million unemployed and underemployed Americans, many of whom worked their way up the corporate ladder, achieving the American Dream, only to see it slip through their fingers.Written by
I got to see this last night & it's a pretty sad documentary on the the bad economic period of 2008. All though it last till 2009 still there were folks that were unemployed especially the folks who lived the American Dream which they were brought up in. It's pretty tough to see the despair the folks go through everyday trying to look for jobs while their homes are about to be for-closed as well staying positive that things will turn around. This film is a must see for everyone cause these kind of things can happen to good people who did things by the book that made them who they are as human beings. I was very glad to watch this film and I sincerely hope others will watch too.
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