We Got F*cked (2012)

A feature length, not for for profit documentary that looks into the world of banking and fiat currency using scenes from various movies and media sources from across the galaxy. It is made to analyse the actions taken by government and the people in the midst of the financial crises. This feature length documentary is made by Dejavusion Productions and Lucas Media using a variety of sources, using inspiration from a wide spectrum the documentary is built into chapters and can be viewed at your leisure. The thoughts and expressions examined in this video do not necessarily reflect those that feature.

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