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Maxed Out

Nothing Is Priceless

DVD - 2007
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Take a journey deep inside the American style of debt, where things seem fine as long as the minimum monthly payment arrives on time. Shocking and incisive, it paints a picture of a national nighmare, which is all too real for most.
Publisher: [Austin, TX] : Truly Indie ; Los Angeles, Calif. : Distributed by Magnolia Home Entertainment, 2007
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 87 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Nothing is priceless

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beckythecat1
Dec 09, 2013

2007? really? this is so out of date.

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brianthecat2
Dec 09, 2013

Very out of date. Maybe would be good for middle school students.

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ottawabooknerd
Aug 28, 2013

Maybe the lady with the plate obsession wouldn't be on the verge of bankruptcy if she stopped buying plates!!!
In any case, a good wake up call.

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hertz
Feb 05, 2011

Touches on one aspect of American society that always astounded me: The widespread use and abuse of credit cards. I recommend this to anyone who spends money. Interviews people from all over the country, both those in debt, and some seriously shady company representatives. Even features input from the owner of Yuppie Pawn in Totem Lake! (Near Seattle, Eastside)

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