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Freakonomics is the film version of the best-selling book of the same name by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner. It examines human nature through the science of economics with provocative and amusing case studies.

Assembling a dream-team of filmmakers behind some of the most entertaining documentaries of recent years, this film probes some of life’s intriguing questions, including whether a child’s name can impact their future success, if legalising abortion lowers the crime rate, and whether children can be bribed into achieving higher grades. These ideas and others are probed in a fascinating and compelling manner.

Year: 2010

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