The High Cost of Low PriceBook - 2005
Chronicles the story behind the making of the documentary film "Wal-Mart, the High Cost of Low Price" with information on the development of the concept, financing, and anecdotes about the fiming, final editing and release of the work.
This book describes the making of Robert Greenwald's documentary film Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price. It also discusses how the film was linked to union campaigns targeting the powerful retail company and the strategies used by the company to suppress the impact of the critical film. Distributed by Consortium. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Spotts takes you behind the scenes for the planning of a truly unprecedented campaign. He shows how individuals and groups can force even the largest corporations to change to better serve the interests of the countries and communities in which they do business.