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'The Corporation' Puts Firms on the Couch

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'The Corporation' Puts Firms on the Couch

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'The Corporation' Puts Firms on the Couch

'The Corporation' Puts Firms on the Couch

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Filmmakers Mark Achbar, Joel Bakan and Jennifer Abbott examine modern corporations. Zeitgeist Films

Filmmakers Mark Achbar, Joel Bakan and Jennifer Abbott place modern business corporations under psyhcological analysis. Zeitgeist Films hide caption

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The new documentary The Corporation, which won an audience award at the Sundance Film Festival, takes a humorous approach to questioning the power multinational firms wield across the globe. The film analyzes corporations as if they were persons, and concludes most act like psychopaths. Los Angeles Times film critic Kenneth Turan has a review.

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