Meryl Streep starred in Steven Soderbergh's movie "Laundromat" in Venice

Meryl Streep and Gary Oldman walked the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival for Steven Soderbergh's world premiere of "The Laundromat," a drama based on the massive leak of financial data known as the Panama Papers.

Along with actresses Antonio Banderas and Sharon Stone, Netflix plans to discuss the film through personal storytelling lessons.

The so-called Panama Papers, made up of millions of leaked documents from the Panamanian office of Mossack Fonseca in April 2016, sparked a global scandal after revealing how powerful and powerful offshore corporations were able to exclude taxes.

Speaking directly to the audience, Oldman and Banderas feature portraits of attorneys Jurgen Mossack and Ramon Fonseca, who try to make the story their own.

Similar to "The Big Short" about the 2007 crisis, the two companies explain the world of cover companies and offshore accounts to viewers. They also go on a journey of illegal abuse and corruption in China. United States, Mexico and the Caribbean.

"Laundromat" is one of two movies on Netflix to receive the festival's top Golden Lion award, while the streaming giant won the "Roma" award last year.

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