Got a Wal-Mart story?

Or better yet, a digital camera or video camera? Be part of Robert Greenwald's next movie, Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price. You may remember his last film, Outfoxed, which did an end run around corporate distribution and wound up selling 100,000 DVDs. Greenwald writes in the Huffington Post about how his new project came to be.

1 comment:

Lumpy said...

The last time I was in a Wal-Mart, about three years ago, there was a huge display in the center aisle of tropical fish for sale. Each fish was in its own little 2 inch by 2 inch clear plastic box filled with water. Except that some of the boxes no longer had any water in them, just dead, dehydrating fish. Other boxes had only half an inch or so of water, and desperate little tropical fish trying to stay submerged in the filthy water that was left. Another group of little boxes just had dead fish floating in them. And about a quarter of the fish in the display were still alive.

And of course this display was surrounded by children who wanted to know what was wrong with the fishies.

But those dead fish were only a dollar each.