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The Corporation: Since the late 18th century American legal decision that the business corporation organizational model is legally a person, it has become a dominant economic, political and social force around the globe. This film takes an in-depth psychological examination of the organization model through various case studies. What the study illustrates is that in the its behaviour, this type of "person" typically acts like a dangerously destructive psychopath without conscience. Furthermore, we see the profound threat this psychopath has for our world and our future, but also how the people with courage, intelligence and determination can do to stop it.

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Ratings: IMDB: 8.2/10 Metascore: 73% RT: 90%
Released: September 10, 2003
Runtime: 145 mins
Genres: Documentary History
Countries: Canada
Director: Mark Achbar
Actors: Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini Dave Thomas Diana Wilson Frank Gifford Franklin Delano Roosevelt George W Bush Harry S Truman Jean Chretien Joseph Stalin Kathie Lee Gifford King George VI Knowlton Nash Mahatma Gandhi Martha Stewart Martin Luther King Michael Moore Nelson Mandela Nina Jones Noam Chomsky Peter Mansbridge Steve Wilson Vandana Shiva VI Lenin Winnie Mandela Winston Churchill

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Posted by Kez1181 5 years, 2 months ago
+3 | +4 / -1

Good documentary corporations like Monsanto have close ties to government which enable them to levy new and potentially profitable laws whilst at the same time opposing ones which force a sense of moral responsibility

Posted by Caravel 6 years, 10 months ago
+3 | +5 / -2

The film is structured in a multitude of chapters; at first short, terse, more humorous and wide-ranging, but gradually building to a climax of sorts as it gives more detailed views of "case studies" to support its thesis that a corporation, if it really were a person (and, in the USA, it is in many ways a legal human), would be considered pathological in its total disregard for anything other than the profit motive. One great piece involves the whistleblowers who produced a significant documentary about Monsanto's pushing rBGH into milk production and lying about its harmful effects, only to see the powerful corporation for which they worked (FoxNews) rework the film to placate Monsanto, then fire them....an even more awful example of the negative motives of these transnationals is the story of how California-based Bechtel at one point owned the rights to all water in on of the largest cities in Bolivia -- including rainwater -- and forced people to pay up to a quarter of their pay to have the right to drink (and live). Interviewees, besides Friedman and Moore (much more restrained and thoughtful here than usual) include Chomsky, Zinn, Janet Akre (former FoxNews correspondent), Naomi Klein and several current and ex-CEOs, most notably Ray Anderson the CEO of Interface, the largest commercial carpet manufacturer in the world and one of the few execs who seems to really be looking at the larger, environmental and holistic picture. Other CEOs come off as completely unaware, or uninterested in, anything besides their stockholders, and Friedman makes the cogent (if coldblooded and amoral) statement that corporations only know how to make profit, so why be involved in something they don't understand (like a healthy environmental outlook).

Posted by mynkat 4 years, 9 months ago
+2 | +2 / -0

such a great film about corporations and who the power really belongs to!

Posted by Mojo 6 years, 10 months ago
+2 | +6 / -4

Quite an original approach and concept for analyzing the effect, and inherent structure of modern Corporations that proliferate across the globe at an ever increasing rate. Highly recommended.

Posted by documentarylover 5 years, 4 months ago
+1 | +3 / -2

a very balanced view of corporate world..brilliantly done

Posted by xalexajay 5 years, 6 months ago
+1 | +3 / -2

it's also available on hulu, fyi

Posted by xalexajay 5 years, 6 months ago
+1 | +3 / -2

quite enlightening, on a topic I thought I knew a decent amount about

Posted by s00yun 6 years, 5 months ago
+1 | +3 / -2

great and interesting docu. learned a lot! a must-watch.

Posted by kikimonster 6 years, 9 months ago
+1 | +3 / -2

Great Documentary about how Corporations work and the power they have over every person. If they can control the basics such as water, seeds, and life (patents on dna and such) then they in the end control us.

Posted by onondaga 4 years, 4 months ago
-2 | +1 / -3

political agenda movie made to show the truth to the public on how the corparations work (polluting, sweat shops, no regard to laws, etc) though at the same time the movie is placing a sympathetic approach on the individuals in the corparate world to show that they care about you the world and every living creature hahahhaha stopped watching 45 mins in just another way to sell BS to the public in a Counter Culture believe movement, good introduction movie on whats going on but look at the names they got on screen an wiki an/or google them at least some shiesty characters here LOL kinda like this ment to be Doc. SHIESTY

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