Clearly the draw of Enron is the story. I wanted to know more about it's collapse and it's role in the California energy "crisis". And the documentary did provide that, if in a very imperfect form. I appreciate the interviews and the unearthed internal Enron video and audio segments, but I found the production to be haphazard. I felt like I should stop watching a points, when I become literally more interested in a juice bottle. I imagine the book takes more then 2 hours to read, but it most be more rewarding.
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