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Resources for keyword: Crime

Skyrocketing Prison Population Devastating U.S. Society
Frederic Brussat
Report from the National Research Council on the social harm being done with massive incarceration policies.

Locked Up and Locked Out
Frederic Brussat
Updates on the plight of ex-offenders and initiatives needed to facilitate their successful re-entry into society.

A Prayer for the Victims of Domestic Violence
Frederic Brussat
Prayer for the victims of domestic violence.

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Spam Nation
Brian Krebs
A top-drawer overview and analysis of digital thieves.

A Most Violent Year
J. C. Chandor
An immersive drama about a businessman who stays calm in the midst of a dreadful series of setbacks.

The Judge
David Dobkin
Drama about the transformation of a smart and slick Chicago defense lawyer during a visit to his small Indiana hometown.

Inherent Vice
Paul Thomas Anderson
A jaunty screen adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's comic 2009 novel about the demise of the hippie era of free love and pot-happy endings.

Hector and the Search for Happiness
Peter Chelsom
A snappy and satisfying adult parable about a therapist's quest to find the meaning of life.

Life of Crime
Daniel Schechter
A spunky character-driven caper flick based on a 1978 book by the late Elmore Leonard.

The Naked Future
Patrick Tucker
A fascinating look at what our entry into the world of telemetry means.

To Save Everything, Click Here
Evgeny Morozov
An attack on solutionism and Internet-centrism.

An excerpt from The Divide
Matt Taibbi
A hard-hitting look at the shameful happenings in America resulting from severe economic inequality.

The Divide
Matt Taibbi
A hard-hitting look at the shameful happenings in America resulting from severe economic inequality.

Tom Shoval
A sign-of-the-times movie about two desperate brothers in modern day Israel who kidnap a rich girl in a desperate attempt to get some economic equity.

Les Apaches
Thierry de Peretti
A sad drama set in Corsica about class warfare, youth, and greed.

Love Is the Perfect Crime
Arnaud Larrieu, Jean-Marie Larrieu
A mesmerizing psychological thriller set in the majestic Swiss Alps.

Kids for Cash
Robert May
A nightmarish and heart-wrenching documentary about fear, paranoia. greed, and an indictment of the juvenile justice system.

The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete
George Tillman, Jr.
A powerful story that takes us into the universe of the poor where two abandoned boys struggle to survive during a long hot summer.

The Wolf of Wall Street
Martin Scorsese
An over-the-top portrait of a cynical head of brokerage firm which vividly shows the soul rot afoot in America.

American Hustle
David O. Russell
Another vibrant film directed by David O. Russell that is bursting with colorful characters, funny scenes, and standout performances.

Out of the Furnace
Scott Cooper
A drama in which we watch a good man crumble and descend into darkness.

Go For Sisters
John Sayles
John Sayles drama about three marginal Americans who cross the border into Mexico to find a kidnapped African-American man.

Moments That Made the Movies
David Thomson
A selection of magical moments in 70 films released during the past 100 years.


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