Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price

(2005)

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Genres
Documentary
Runtime
1h 38min

Cast

Lee Scott
Himself - President & CEO of Wal-Mart (archive footage)
Don Hunter
Himself - H&H Hardware Owner
Jon Hunter
Himself - Son of Don Hunter
Jeremy Hunter
Himself - Son of Jon Hunter
Matt Hunter
Himself - Son of Jon Hunter
Johnny Faenza
Himself - H&H Hardware Employee
Frank Mormino
Himself - Owner of Middlefield Tire
John Bruening
Himself - Owner of Geauga Vision (as Dr. John Bruening)
Tom Glassburner
Himself - H&H Hardware Employee
Weldon Nicholson
Himself - Wal-Mart Store Manager Trainer
Al Norman
Himself - Founder of Sprawl-Busters
Grace Thibodeaux
Herself - Hearne, Texas Resident
Diane DeVoy
Herself - Wal-Mart Employee
Cathy Nemchik
Herself - Wal-Mart Employee
Stan Fortune
Himself - Wal-Mart District Loss Prevention Manager
Jon Lehman
Himself - Wal-Mart Store Manager
Phenix Montgomery
Himself - Wal-Mart Employee
Josh Noble
Himself - Wal-Mart Employee
Donna Payton
Herself - Wal-Mart Employee
Alicia Sylvia
Himself - Wal-Mart Employee
Edith Arana
Herself - Wal-Mart Inventory Specialist
Norberto Ricardo
Himself - Wal-Mart UFCW Union Rep
Anthony J. Kuc Jr.
Himself - Wal-Mart Assistant Manager (voice)

Synopsis

This documentary takes the viewer on a deeply personal journey into the everyday lives of families struggling to fight Goliath. From a family business owner in the Midwest to a preacher in California, from workers in Florida to a poet in Mexico, dozens of film crews on three continents bring the intensely personal stories of an assault on families and American values.

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