Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility ★★★½

Every business founded in opposition of the worker, every site built on their graves, every decision a slight against the union and every operation in collaboration with government-sanctioned acts of terrorism. Remorselessly didactic as a political account, these locations are beyond approach and thus addressed through a distance whose framing is dictated by the confines of the car windshield. This is a matter of transparency in its complete lack of artifice, for a road movie that’s perpetually parked in acknowledgment of how each route leads only to the countless atrocities of a wider economic plan; still trading on a lineage of profit, expansion and efficiency that directly correlates with repression - capitalist enterprise and fascist ideology overlapping in the systemic adoption of liquidation as a means of human disappearance.