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The 7 best business movies of the past 30 years

The 7 best business movies of the past 30 years

The movies we watch shape how we see the world around us. Roger Ebert, the noted US film critic, said of cinema: “It's not what a movie is about, it's how it is about it.”

But how realistic are movies’ portrayals of the business world? If we look at industries like finance and sales, we see that directors tend to portray those worlds as cut-throat and cruel. Marketing and advertising is glamorised to an insane degree whereas design and editorial are seen as insular and timid.

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  • Fernando R.
    Fernando R.
    Tue, 3 Jan 2017 10:48am GMT
    "Moneyball" deserves to be on the list. It shows how a "more than 40 year old guy without a College degree" but with a strong idea, a new way to achieve the same goals.

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