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Oliver Milton 1 year ago
A good analysis of the way corporations functions in capitalism
Randi Steers over 4 years ago
A depressing, yet on-point reminder of the impact and power corporations have. Watch it.
Jim Barton 5 years ago
I think everyone should watch this! The DVD with extras has hours and hours more footage.
Robert Postill 5 years ago
Fascinating and inspiring, very glad I watched it.
Lucas Frossard over 6 years ago
Best documentary i have ever seen.
Courtney Bess over 1 year ago
Dan over 4 years ago
João Santos almost 5 years ago
Peter Renshaw 5 years ago
Matthew Barry 5 years ago
Patrick Gaertner over 5 years ago
Dan Bowen over 5 years ago
David Edwards almost 6 years ago
Jennifer Kaiser almost 6 years ago
Ronan Conway 6 years ago
Manu 6 years ago
Steve Qualls 6 years ago
sf 6 years ago
dompym 6 years ago
Sam Bowman over 6 years ago
The Corporation is a 2003 Canadian documentary film written by Joel Bakan, and directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott. The documentary is critical of the modern-day corporation, considering its legal status as a class of person and evaluating its behaviour towards society and the world at large as a psychiatrist might evaluate an ordinary person. This is explored through specific examples. Bakan wrote the book, The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, during the filming of the documentary. The documentary shows the development of the contemporary business corporation, from a legal entity that originated as a government-chartered institution meant to effect specific public functions, to the rise of the modern commercial institution entitled to most of the legal rights of a person. One theme is its assessment as a "personality", as a result of an 1886 case in the United States Supreme Court in which a statement by Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite led to...
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