For more than 100 years, US corporations — including giants like Coca-Cola, Microsoft and Nike — have been treated as “persons” under the law. But if a corporation is a person, what kind of person is it?
In answering this question, this provocative film takes a mischievous approach. Because the pursuit of profit is behind every corporate decision, corporations fit a classic psychiatric profile: They are psychopaths.
This unexpected conclusion prompts many moral, political and social questions. Full of interviews with corporate insiders and critics, this often humorous documentary is packed with fascinating insights.