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Killing them softly: explanation of the allegory
The Brad Pitt film, Killing them softly, is an allegory of 2008's subprime economic crisis. I'd like to know who each of the characters in the film is supposed to represent in relation to the crisis. ...
Dec 30 '13 at 16:58
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