There have been two recent documentaries that have stirred my anger at Wall Street misdeeds. But only one is also about the fascinating world of high-priced hookers!

There have been two recent documentaries that have stirred my anger at Wall Street misdeeds. But only one is also about the fascinating world of high-priced hookers!

Like the excellent "Inside Job," "Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer" shows its slant. It may seem conspiratorial to some, but it raises some good questions. And it has hookers.

To recap the Spitzer events, he was a former New York attorney general known for going after Wall Street. Elected governor in a landslide, he was the golden boy of the Democratic Party.

Then he was linked to a high-priced prostitution ring, which sometimes isn't great for one's political career.

"Client 9" rather pointedly posits that Spitzer's powerful and high-profile enemies on Wall Street were targeting him, leading to the media blowout that ended his career.

This hit-job notion and a too-heroic portrait of Spitzer work against some of the more compelling arguments. In particular, the fact that a politician paying for sex might be an eensy bit less important than the Wall Street misdeeds that nearly killed our economy.

Still, it's fascinating. Plus: hookers.