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Through this documentary series that follows the narration for the genuine story of Jeffrey Epstein told by survivors, who share their involvement in sexual maltreatment and sex dealing, spotting lights on the maltreatment of riches men for poor people.
Even after four hours under the microscope, he remains largely unknowable. At the very least, the survivors are heard and understood, their stories shining a light on a case that feels like it's still unraveling.
Filthy Rich is a good enough starting point if you know little about Jeffrey Epstein, but it doesn't crack anything open. The best thing the documentary does is let you hear from the survivors directly.
A lurid and superficial overview straight out of a James Patterson thriller. Epstein's victims, who tell their stories in heartbreaking detail, deserve more than further exploitation in service of true crime content.
There's a bigger, broader story to be told about Epstein, his web of secrets, the network of the rich and powerful and the ways that money corrupts. That will be a knockout. For now, "Filthy Rich" is a good start.