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Genres:
Documentary
Resolution:
1280*688
Size:
1003.80M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
25 fps
Language:
rum 2.0  
Run Time:
109 min
IMDB Rating:
8.2 / 10 
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2
Directors: Alexander Nanau [Director] ,


Movie Description:
In 2015, a fire at Bucharest's Colectiv club leaves 27 dead and 180 injured. Soon, more burn victims begin dying in hospitals from wounds that were not life-threatening. Then a doctor blows the whistle to a team of investigative journalists. One revelation leads to another as the journalists start to uncover vast health care fraud. When a new health minister is appointed, he offers unprecedented access to his efforts to reform the corrupt system but also to the obstacles he faces. Following journalists, whistle-blowers, burn victims, and government officials, Collective is an uncompromising look at the impact of investigative journalism at its best. —Magnolia Pictures

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Reviews

Unfortunately only reality ...

The fact that all of this is reality. Unfortunately...A sports magazine that investigates in the place of who should do it. And then from here we understand that everything, how the system works in Romania.

No Oscar = must watch

You should watch this especially because it did not get any Oscars! Seeing what movies get Oscars lately, I think that this should be the appropriate criteria: watch if no Oscars granted.

The drama is real, the struggle with corruption is real, the fire was real and the dead also real! When you watch this, you cannot believe everything you are seeing was real, you somehow want to believe that at least parts of it are made up! No, they are not and corruption does kill!

The end will leave you stunned, petrified and thinking how this society, any society, could be so ignorant!

Watch it, it will change a part of you!

Beautiful country, too bad it's inhabited

This documentary reminds me why I left thisbeautiful country.
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