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Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price (2005)

Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price
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Lee Scott Lee Scott
Himself - President & CEO of Wal-Mart
Don Hunter Don Hunter
Himself - H&H Hardware Owner
Jon Hunter Jon Hunter
Himself - Son of Don Hunter
Jeremy Hunter Jeremy Hunter
Himself - Son of Jon Hunter
Matt Hunter Matt Hunter
Himself - Son of Jon Hunter
Johnny Faenza Johnny Faenza
Himself - H&H Hardware Employee
Frank Mormino Frank Mormino
Himself - Owner of Middlefield Tire
John Bruening John Bruening
Himself - Owner of Geauga Vision


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11 years ago at Feb 1 5:36
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man, i hate Wallyworld as much as the next guy, for how they treat their workers like crap, for how they have cheezy lovey-dovey ads about 'made in USA' when in reality 95% of their stuff is from chinese sweatshops, for how they screw small communities, and this film touches on all of that plus more, but this is amateur documentary 101. It feels more like a local news special report than a real d... read more
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Description: WAL-MART: THE HIGH COST OF LOW PRICE is a feature length documentary that uncovers a retail giant's assault on families and American values. The film dives into the deeply personal stories and everyday lives of families and communities struggling to fight a goliath. A working mother is forced to turn to public assistance to provide healthcare for her two small children. A Missouri family loses its business after Wal-Mart is given over $2 million to open its doors down the road. A mayor struggles to equip his first responders after Wal-Mart pulls out and relocates just outside the city limits. A community in California unites, ... (more)
Tags: Documentary (9), 2005 (7), Economics (4), 2000s (4), Business (2), Sociology (2), Welfare (1), 98 Min (1), Nosubtitles (1), {documentary 05} (1), Store (1), Watch Online (1), Greed (1), Consumerism (1), Capitalism (1), Activism (1), Protest (1), Big Business (1)
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"First viewing - Nov. 28th I've long been aware of the awful impact Wal-Mart has on the world around it and the employees it claims to value, so not much of this surprised me. Certainly the majority of it helped to reinforce my stance against supporting them in any way and fueled my dislike of the company. I thought the part about how unsafe their parking lots are was stretching it a bit far since it's not solely Wal-Mart's responsibility to police all activity outside their stores, though they "

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