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The purpose of documentaries has always been to open our eyes to the world around us. Supersize Me exposed the dangers of fast food, Bowling for Columbine investigated the ravages of gun culture and now the big supermarket chain Wal-Mart comes under the spotlight. Accusing Wal-Mart of crushing independent retailers, exploiting foreign workers and offering staff pitiful pay and conditions, this exposes not only one company, but the consequences of rampant consumerism. It's fascinating, and sobering, viewing.
Very funny, though sometimes disturbing, documentary about what happens to filmmaker Morgan Spurlock when he eats nothing but McDonalds for 30 days.
11+ years 99 mins
Scathing documentary examining the often malicious rise of the modern corporation, analysing its behaviour as a psychological being.
16+ years 145 mins
Compelling John Pilger documentary about the US and its complex relationship with Latin America.
14+ years 96 mins
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