It’s no secret that Public Citizen is against large banking institutions that are “too big to fail” – the corporations whose risky practices led to the crash of the financial industry.
While consumer activists have long been captivated with each ensuing step, trying to prevent the industry’s collapse from reoccurring, average movie-watchers are now getting a glimpse into the drama, as well.
HBO announced this month that it had bought the rights to New York Times reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin’s bestseller “Too Big To Fail: The Inside Story Of How Wall Street And Washington Fought To Save The System — And Themselves.”
As viewers across the nation tune in to the movie, Public Citizen calls on them to get involved and take a stand. Learn about financial reform and why we must push to get stronger protections in the reform legislation currently being debated on Capitol Hill. The proposals already announced do not do enough to protect consumers.
And just for fun, check out the Huffington Post’s casting choices for the HBO production.