I'm speaking of the Michael Moore at this start, calling out to the CEO stars on the workers situation. Workers or generally unemployed as most were fired to relocate the manufacturing site in a cheaper country.
Here, LVMH is doing the same (yes, the luxury field is no different from the others and still considers the few % dedicated to the workers salary of the total income is one main isssue) and François Ruffin decides to act to reconciliate this wonderful CEO with its workers.
From attempts to attempts, we follow the destiny of different ex-workers, before focusing on a specific couple in a dire situation.
There, a 'coup' is set and we follow LVMH reaction to it and its way to handle it.
The documentary holds mainly by the content of this 'coup' and the development LVMH gave to it. I was personally astonished that it was tried, not to speak of the result!
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A family fired by a company owned by LVMH (Group owned by French billionaire, Bernard Arnault) seeks reparation from their previous employer with the help of the movie director.
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January 09, 2023 at 04:04 AM