Illicit: The Dark Trade
This documentary tracks the manufacture and sale of goods ranging from fake purses and DVDs to counterfeit pharmaceuticals. Based on a best-selling book about the world economy being derailed by networks of illicit traders and how even the most innocuous trades are connected in a global epidemic generating $3 trillion per year and unimagined human suffering.
60-minute runtime; one-year copyright clearance.
Mar 9 Check local listings
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