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This fascinating, award-winning documentary takes a critical look at the nature of big business - and the rise of the huge, multi-national corporations that are fast eclipsing our governments as the world's greatest superpowers. By studying the corporate entity as if it were a human being, and evaluating its behaviour and attitude towards the rest of the world from a psychoanalytical perspective, it comes to some chilling conclusions about the driving forces in today's society.
This film about US high finance made ruthless corporate moneyman Gordon Gekko one of cinema's great villains, even idolised by some bank executives.
14+ years 126 mins
Hard-hitting drama about a corporate lawyer with a gambling addiction and whose job requires him to lie, leading to a crisis of conscience.
16+ years 115 mins
In this true story, Jeffrey Wigand has the inside scoop on major research into the dangers of smoking, but is sworn to secrecy by his company.
14+ years 151 mins
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