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"..Talking to historians, economists and politicians, (this film) takes a long view of the euro - from Churchill's vision of a Uniteda States of Europe to the bail-outs of Greece, Portugal and Ireland. Meeting a property developer in Ireland, a taxi driver in Rome and a German manufacturing worker, the film exposes the high cost being paid by European workers today for the dream of monetary union - and how close Europe came to a complete banking meltdown..."
Now a year later, after many experts and pundits believed late 2012 that the worst was over, it seems that with the political uncertainties in Italy, ongoing problems in Greece and Spain, and now with the troubled rescue of Cyprus, the risk for the Euro and its financial system still is fully alive. To get a historic understanding how this all happened starting after World War II, view this documentary: