'American Factory' Doc. Filmmakers On Chinese/U.S. Work Culture Clash Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert's Oscar-nominated documentary goes inside a Chinese-owned automotive glass factory in Ohio. The filmmakers talk about the culture clash in the factory, the workers' attempt to unionize, and how Reichert's cancer diagnosis has changed her work.
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'American Factory' Doc. Filmmakers On Chinese/U.S. Work Culture Clash

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'American Factory' Doc. Filmmakers On Chinese/U.S. Work Culture Clash

'American Factory' Doc. Filmmakers On Chinese/U.S. Work Culture Clash

'American Factory' Doc. Filmmakers On Chinese/U.S. Work Culture Clash

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Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert's Oscar-nominated documentary goes inside a Chinese-owned automotive glass factory in Ohio. The filmmakers talk about the culture clash in the factory, the workers' attempt to unionize, and how Reichert's cancer diagnosis has changed her work.