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Invisible Hands lacks focus. Rather than targeting its rage at the most egregious megacorporations, calling for specific boycotts, it swipes broadly at consumerism as a whole.
Showing how the intricate supply chains of global capitalism shield corporations like Nestlé and Unilever from responsibility, Tandon paints a depressing portrait of pain and poverty and exploitation.
A no-nonsense doc about an infuriating phenomenon.
The best part of Shraysi Tandon's Invisible Hands is how well the case is made against child labor. We get a sense of the consequences it has on children, the corporate greed factor, and the unbelievable size of the problem.
Damning expose of child labor and the cheap retailers, chocolatiers and cell phone companies that benefit from it.
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