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  1. lou.'s rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Depressingly frustrating and unnecessary: a TED talk would have been enough; likewise a mandatory financial basic course.

  2. Mado Gianni's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    There is potential in the title and the synopsis but the film itself barely holds up to expectations. Instructive, informational but bland, dry and a bit simplistic at times.

  3. mohit's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Too much visual material --- some basic facts given about Higher Edu in US - about financial literacy... but it fails to address the root cause of this problem - which is consumerism, automaton workforce - and creating a student body which cannot rebel

  4. Æon's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Barely a film. More like a 10-min video that should be shown in high school but stretched to an hour. If you know what a student loan is don’t waste ur time

  5. Juan's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Es raro que esto haya sido incluido en MUBI. Como cine, es casi nulo. Pero ni siquiera puede explicar bien su propio tema.

  6. Victor Gonzalez's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Not a very powerful documentary in spite of the horrible student debt situation in the U.S

  7. El Mau's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Se ve interesante, lastima que sea uno más sin sibtitulos

  8. Amanda's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Paid for and produced by the Lizard People. Great way to victim blame and completely disregard the issue of abusing high achieving kids from poor backgrounds who want a better life. Where was my climax of dissent? What a disappointment.

  9. captainfez's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    In Debt? It's Your Fault!: the documentary.

  10. dionysus67's rating of the film Broke, Busted and Disgusted

    Cinematically weak, this doc brings to the fore the student loan bubble and proposes pragmatic alternatives. Yet, the knowledge/ignorance distinction needed deeper structural scrutiny (i.e. value inflation of degrees, "C" student population, market saturation vs credentialism); instead, self-referentially, the issue is thrown back to students, excluding educators' need for education, away from debt-states...