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This disturbing and timely documentary by Kimberly Reed (Prodigal Sons) delves into the democratic threat that is the influence of untraceable corporate money being funneled into our political system. After the decision in Citizens United, “dark” money flooded elections across the country. The film, Dark Money, focuses specifically on Montana, where we meet a fearless local investigative journalist (John Adams) as he “follows the money” to reveal just how damaging donor anonymity and a general lack of transparency are to our democracy. A must-see for every American.
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Wonderful film. Great ticket strategy
Dark Money does succeed in presenting a strong case for campaign finance reform.
Activist in tone, and paced like a thriller, Reed’s movie painstakingly details how an election can be brusquely seized and swayed by unseen forces. Candidates need do little but sign on to be successfully co-opted.
A densely packed documentary that earnestly and obsessively addresses campaign finance reform, its history and vital importance.