The topic at hand is certainly worthy of being heard. Although nothing new, corporations are alleged to have done horrible things in the name of profits. The problem is, there's just no way around the poor filmmaking. I understand there was a limited budget and limited resources, but there's no flow to the editing, the narrative gets lost, and there seems to have been little forethought to the way in which this story was told, so that not just as a topic but as a FILM, it is engaging to the audience.
For a much better documentary on atrocities in Burma, I recommend Burma VJ.
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