They say money changes everything. While true, it might be easier to say that the dollar is dictator, ruling the world in a way that few can fully comprehend. From company entities censuring their employees tweets to marketing aimed at misleading and misdirecting the consumer, the climb to greater financial gain, especially within the corporate setting , has been the boon and bane of post-modern America. As a microcosm of this concept, as an indictment of all decisions made over coins, not concern, Michael Mann’s masterful The Insider shows how CBS News, and it’s bottom line dwelling lawyers, tried to stifled the story of tobacco industry whistleblower Dr. Jeffrey Wigand. The focus of a famous 60 Minutes expose, the film highlights all levels of the attack, turning the subject and his producer pal Lowell Bergman into targets of subterfuge and smear campaigns.