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Ouvrières du monde (2000)

Focusing on Levi Strauss and Co., this program follows the relocation of garment production from Western countries to nations such as Indonesia, the Philippines, and Turkey where low wages are the rule and employee rights are nonexistent.
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Focusing on Levi Strauss and Co., this program follows the relocation of garment production from Western countries to nations such as Indonesia, the Philippines, and Turkey where low wages are the rule and employee rights are nonexistent.

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Becoming Klein or how to film a No Logo thesis
28 April 2002 | by ojosabiertosSee all my reviews

This excellent documental about how Levis delocalize its factories from Belgium and France it might be called writing No Logo (by Naomi Klein) by others means. Aesthetically careful and theoretical rigorous, this film is critical and hopeful, and it also conveys a a kind of dialectical communication between workers from overdevelopment countries and third world countries.


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September 2000 (Belgium) See more »

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Working Women of the World See more »

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