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Extreme wealth and casual cruelty

Metro: How did you come to direct a film version of a 700-page economic text?

Justin Pemberton: I bought the book when it came out and noticed the surprise interest in it. When I read the book, it was a surprise to see that it really was an economic textbook, an academic text that crossed over and caught people’s imagination. And when I heard that New Zealand producer

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