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WAL-MART: The High Cost of Low Price takes you behind the glitz and into the real lives of workers and their families, business owners and their communities, in an extraordinary journey that will challenge the way you think, feel... and shop.
Greenwald is also the executive producer of a trilogy of "Un" documentaries: "Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election" (2002), directed by Richard Ray Perez and Joan Sekler; "Uncovered: The Iraq War (2003)", directed by Greeenwald; and "Unconstitutional" (2004), directed by Nonny de la Pena, about the post 9/11 erosion of American civil liberties.
In addition to his documentary work, Greenwald has produced and/or directed more than 50 television movies, miniseries and feature films, including: The Book of Ruth (2004), based on the best selling book by Jane Hamilton; The Crooked E: The Unshredded Truth About Enron (2003); Blonde, a miniseries based on Joyce Carol Oates' fictionalized biography of Marilyn Monroe; The Burning Bed, starring Farrah Fawcett as an abused housewife; Our Guys, based on the true story of a rape in a small town; Shattered Spirits, starring Martin Sheen, about alcoholism; Forgotten Prisoners, about the work of Amnesty International; and Hiroshima.
Greenwald also produced and directed the feature film, Steal This Movie, starring Vincent D'Onofrio as 60's radical Abbie Hoffman, as well as Breaking Up, starring Russell Crowe and Salma Hayek.
Greenwald's films have garnered 25 Emmy nominations, four cable ACE Award nominations, two Golden Globe nominations, the Peabody Award, the Robert Wood Johnson Award, and eight Awards of Excellence from the Film Advisory Board. He was awarded the 2002 Producer of the Year Award by the American Film Institute. Greenwald is the recipient of awards and honors for his political work by the ACLU Foundation of Southern California; the L.A. chapter of the National Lawyers Guild; Physicians for Social Responsibility; and the Office of the Americas. He is a co-founder (with Danny and Victor Goldberg) of RDV Books, as well as the co-founder (with Mike Farrell) of "Artists United," a group of actors and others opposed to the war in Iraq, which continues to work toward publicizing progressive causes. Greenwald also has lectured at Harvard University for the Nieman Fellows Foundation for Journalism.
Low profit margins combined with high sales volumes (Walmart is a good example).
Wake up America.......if you are part of the vast majority NOT earning union wages....You need Walmart to keep your head above water.
The fact that they use past and present employees and managers of Wal-Mart gives this documentary even more credibility.
Just another reason to switch to Amazon. Shocking to know how a big company can see out their own country.Published 1 month ago by Gene P. Mcfarland
I just watched this documentary ironicly after a trip to Walmart where I heard employees complaints about working conditions and refusal of overtime! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Saab99 turbo
A great video to use in a business class to research Walmart.Published 5 months ago by Gayle Kearns
I watched this film for the first time many years ago, and I still think back on moments from it. If you live in the United States and care about having a working class and middle... Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. Nonnie Mauss
it's hard to believe they don't treat their employees right at Walmart.it's all about corporate greed and the sad part is they get subsidized money and they have billions of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by jennifer