Corporate Responsibility

Corporate Responsibility ★★½

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I am pretty much the ideal audience for a film like this, and I admired what Perel was trying to accomplish historically and politically. But as a film, this is so half-assed. Wobbly, murky compositions, all obviously shot from inside a car, are so aesthetically negligible that at a certain point I simply tuned them out, listening to the list of corporate transgressions. Which makes me wonder what Corporate Responsibility actually offers that wouldn't be found in the transcript itself.

Two films that adopt related approaches, but use the medium as part of the message: here and here