Exposes how companies are desperately rebranding as socially responsible - and how that threatens democratic freedoms.

Directors:

Jennifer Abbott (co-director), Joel Bakan (co-director)

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Joel Bakan
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Anjali Appadurai Anjali Appadurai ... Self
Chris Barrett ... Self
Heidi Boghosian Heidi Boghosian ... Self
Wendy Brown Wendy Brown ... Self
Ada Colau ... Self
John Coyne John Coyne ... Self
Bibop Cresta Bibop Cresta ... Self
Peter Dauvergne Peter Dauvergne ... Self
Richard Edleman Richard Edleman ... Self
Marshall Ganz Marshall Ganz ... Self
Angelo Gavrielatos Angelo Gavrielatos ... Self
Anand Giridharadas Anand Giridharadas ... Self
Juan Gonzalez Juan Gonzalez ... Self
Sun Ha-Hong Sun Ha-Hong ... Self
Nick Hanauer Nick Hanauer ... Self
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Exposes how companies are desperately rebranding as socially responsible - and how that threatens democratic freedoms.

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From Joel Bakan and Jennifer Abbott, filmmakers of the multi-award-winning global hit, The Corporation, comes a just-in-timely sequel feature documentary: The New Corporation: an unfortunately necessary sequel.

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Based on the book "The New Corporation: How 'Good' Corporations Are Bad for Democracy" by Joel Bakan. See more »

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Follows The Corporation (2003) See more »

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Well produced, but absolute socialist trash.
28 January 2021 | by pilkoidsSee all my reviews

I had to switch this off halfway through when they started showcasing AOC, Kshama Sawant (not just a socialist, but an evil one at that), and Bernie. I'm surprised they didn't trot out Greta Thunberg.

While going over corporate greed and how they claim to be for social causes, at no point did this "documentary" go over last year's deluge of corporations who went woke for BLM, Critical Race Theory, or the Intersectionalists.

Skip this woke garbage.


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Canada

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English

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22 October 2020 (USA) See more »

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The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel See more »

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