Freakonomics

2010, Movie, PG-13, 86 mins

First published in 2005 to overwhelming international popularity and a fair amount of controversy, Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner’s nonfiction tome Freakonomics sought to upend conventional thinking patterns when dissecting various societal phenomena. For example, Levitt and Dubner drew on long-term statistics to suggest that the legalization of abortions may ultimately prevent violent crime, that the risks of children being killed by accidental gunshots are far less than the risks of their drowning in swimming pools, and that parents’ decisions to enrich their children with prenatal exposure to Mozart and trips to museums may have little to no effect ...
Released: 2010 Rated: PG-13 Length: 86 mins

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