Documentary maker Ric Burns (brother of Ken) is in the middle of shooting (what else) a documentary about vampires and squids, so naturally Goldman came up. This hard-hitting piece will expose, once and for all, the seedy underbelly of America’s most evil corporation, shining the light of truth and justice on its many misdeeds, and bringing an end to the culture of greed that has permeated Wall Street for decades. It will do for the banking industry what The Jungle did for meatpac-
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is paying for the film, has editorial control and is overseeing the project through its marketing department, a Goldman spokesman said.
So much for that, then. One supposes this will work out exactly as if Burns’ most well-known work, The Civil War, had been financed by Sons of Confederate Veterans (hint: not well).
Also, there’s this:
The documentary is for employees only, meaning YouTube might be the only chance that other people will have to see the film.
Naturally, we’ll link you to it as soon as we get our grubby mitts on a copy.