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The film provides psychological, psychiatric findings on its abusive treatment towards changing the people’s lifestyle in its pursuit of profit. In the advent of the industrial era, businessmen have become more focused on profit more than any other reasons. As such, enterprises have become more focused on how they could influence people to buy more products even though these may cause them to wander away from what is healthy or reasonable. The documentary does not give the impression that companies destroy the environment, bring diseases to communities, kill or hurt animals, move for the exploitation of workers, or even committing fraud in their transactions but that such results are actually outcomes of the corporate life form.
Since corporations have become more profit-centred, people’s welfare is no longer a priority for them. They work for what would best benefit the company as a whole, and hide their black trades behind series of commercials ensuring that their product is safety, approved by health agencies or are environmentally friendly among other things, as what Shaw described in his book Business Ethics. I am just a little but driven back by the abstract nature of the documentary. Although the topic is heavy and the intention is serious, it does not seem to directly convey that corporations have become more disparagingly cruel towards the consumers.
In addition, I like the idea of the documentary that it equates corporation as a gigantic predatory being that continues to take whatever it can from the public. “The Corporation” is a bold and monumental attempt to expose the real truth behind the corporate form of business as it witnesses against the bad traits of companies: constantly starving for profit as it negates the importance of people’s safety and well-being.