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TIFF 2019: The Laundromat Means Well, But Doesn’t Advance The Class War

The Laundromat

Meant to be some sort of parable about the Panama Papers and the financial industry and the machinations of the greedy, what The Laundromat boasts in good intentions it misses in actual execution.

Put it this way: it’s not going to be the movie that motivates the masses in the forthcoming class war. At least that’s how Sarah feels.

She reviewed the film at the Toronto International Film Festival for Consequence of Sound.

To read her review go here.

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