Published on August 18th, 20114
Wal Mart: The High Cost Of Low Price
Wal Mart: The High Cost of Low Price is a Robert Greenwald documentary film that reveals an unfavorable image of business practices of WalMart with the aid of interviews with previous employees, small enterprise owners, and video clips of Wal-Mart management. The film intersperses data and figures in between the discussion to deliver large-scale assessments further than individual viewpoints. Exposing the company’s completely phony advertising and public relations with the reality.
While the documentary starts off with video footage of WalMart CEO, Mr. Lee Scott adoring the corporation in front of a huge employee gathering. Most of the film’s running time covers on personal interviews with various concerned individuals. A number of criticisms of the company come out from these interviews, displaying Wal-Mart’s anti-union activities, damaging effects on small businesses, inadequate environmental safety policies, and terrible record on workers’ legal rights within the United States as well as around the globe. The film concludes with interviews of regional community leaders which have prohibited Wal-Mart shops from being constructed within their local communities and urging other towns to join their cause.
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