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Gerhard Friedl's essayistic documentary portrays the development of German economic history during the 20th Century.
"The history of West Germany, with Thyssen and Flick, with names of economic dynasties that sound fictitious, with foibles, dirty tricks and dubious business deals, is not presented as a legend, a glorious success story, or explained: Capital remains infamous, without history and smelling to high heaven. Doing business entails dirty hands, and crimes do not necessarily stand in the way of success... At times the audiovisual gap becomes so narrow that what is said and what is visible correspond for an obscene moment. Otherwise, pans and audio brush against one another, miss each other completely or act as reciprocal commentary..." Drehli Robnik for SixPackFilms