Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

This controversial documentary showcases the conflicts and eye-opening realities that surrounds Walmart, and its relationships with employees, small business owners, global economies, and poor communities on three different continents. The film explores accusations made against Walmart of supporting exploitative labor practices in remote regions of India, China, and Mexico.

The movie provides first-hand testimonials from employees addressing a range of issues from health care and unions to subsidized tax dollars and long work hours.

Director Robert Greenwald connects the lives of the Walton family, Walmart executives, managers, employees, attorneys, environmentalists, and everyday consumers trying to find a bargain in the shadows of the Walmart corporation.

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| 2005 | 1 hr 35 min | 6.8/10 | 71/100
Lee Scott, Don Hunter, Jon Hunter, Jeremy Hunter
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