Leaked by an anonymous source to journalists in 2015, The Panama Papers were an explosive collection of 11.5 million documents, exposing the use of secretive offshore companies to enable widespread tax evasion and money laundering. Viewed as the biggest global corruption scandal in history, the release of the Papers had wide-reaching implications, incriminating world leaders, politicians, and celebrities. In his documentary, Alex Winter, examines how this story reshaped our understanding of corruption amidst the highest forms of government, and the systemic problem of global inequality.
United States /2018
Alex Winter, Glen Zipper, Robert Friedman / Trouper Productions, Zipper Bros Films, Bungalow Media + Entertainment
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