Not Rated | | Documentary, History
Documentary that looks at the concept of the corporation throughout recent history up to its present-day dominance.
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Mikela J. Mikael was called in to lay down a temp track for the narration. Despite repeated efforts, the film-makers were unable to come up with anyone better for the real narrative track, so they stuck with Mikael's.
150 years ago, the business corporation was a relatively insignificant institution. Today, it is all-pervasive. Like the Church, the Monarchy and the Communist Party in other times and places, the corporation is today's dominant institution. This ...
At the end of the movie, after the directors name are listed - BART SIMPSON (no relation to Homer & Marge) has been credited as one of the writers of the documentary.
$28,671 (USA) (6 June 2004)
$1,879,301 (USA) (14 November 2004)
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