The True Cost | Documentary | Clothing Industry | Fashion Market | Capitalism | Modern Slavery

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    The True Cost - The True Cost is a documentary film exploring the impact of fashion on people and the planet. Storyline: This is a story about clothing. It's about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing?

    The True Cost (2015)
    Director: Andrew Morgan
    Writer: Andrew Morgan
    Stars: Livia Giuggioli, Stella McCartney, Vandana Shiva
    Genres: Documentary | Drama | News
    Country: Bangladesh | USA | Cambodia | China | Denmark | France | Haiti | India | Italy | Uganda | UK
    Language: English
    Release Date: 21 January 2016 (Germany)
    Also Known As: The True Cost - Der Preis der Mode
    Filming Locations: Cambodia

    Reviews:
    "This documentary clear shows the exploitative methods used by Big companies and owners and how the slavery has been outsourced to 3rd world countries. This documentary also invokes the responsibility of an average citizen towards our environment. Being a citizen of a 3rd world country like India, i completely understand the situation of the workers in india and the neighboring countries and how our people are being exploited in every industry.

    One thing we need to understand is our role in the society. Everyone's role is being reduced to a role of "consumer". Think about it.

    Don't worry about the Metascore and Critics reviews. They don't understand how important this film is." Written by yssp on IMDb.com.

    "It's really an eye opener to the secrets behind the clothing industry. In fact the western corporates and consumers have blood on their hands by choosing to stay ignorant about the clothing and food industry. It's sickening how these "happy commercials of lush beauty and nice clothes" are use to fool the world and making it worse and worse for out planet and third world people....SEE THIS AND THINK AGAIN!

    Never ever will you buy your clothes without thinking about where it's coming from and what role it played in the environment and the workers behind these clothes. I hope people will start opening their eyes with this documentary" Written by justsayinme on IMDb.com.

    "I have seen many documentaries, but when it comes to human exploitation this is by far the most question arising docu i have ever seen.

    what is development? social justice? basic humanity?

    when companies in order to reduce their cost prices and increase profits employ destitute people who doesn't have any alternate career other than being a laborer for a meager salary in sweatshops, and supporting their act by claiming that they are providing livelihood to these wretched lives as if they were not living before these companies came. what do you call it if not social exploitation?

    The words spoken by the environmental activist are cent percent true. Fertilizers and seed business in an epidemic in INDIA that is not there before the 1950s. They affected the generations of Punjab region both medically and economically.

    Many might think this docu to be an anti-capitalistic propaganda. But developing capitalistic economies at the cost of what? companies might not feel empathy with argument, but a consumer should feel it before falling in the craze of "Brands". They have to remember those hands that suffered for producing the clothing that you're buying at "discounted" prices and festive sales.

    The least as an audience should you do is give this a higher rating so that the problem is addressed and more people become aware of what "REAL SLAVERY" would look like in the modern world." Written by mnagaditya on IMDb.com.

    "Great documentary about the real price we pay (people and the planet) for fashion and overbuying clothing. At times it seemed that it was repeating and dragging, but overall worth the time. I can no longer justify my clothing donations to charity." Written by sanmccarron on IMDb.com.

    Also Known As (AKA):
    (original title): The True Cost
    Germany: The True Cost - Der Preis der Mode
    Hungary: Az igazi ár
    Japan (Japanese title): ザ・トゥルー・コスト ファストファッション 真の代償
    Russia: Реальная цена моды
    Slovakia (festival title): Skutocná cena
    UK: The True Cost
    USA: The True Cost

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Hans Solos
Hans Solos

before u put judgment, lets investigate the clothes u r wearing now. See, we r all part of clothes mafia.

Vor 7 Stunden
Blob
Blob

Friend told me to watch this, I knew about shein but not about all of this

Vor 23 Stunden
Plot11
Plot11

Thanks for your comment!

Vor 10 Stunden
DD K
DD K

I’m sorry as someone who knows and is educated on how sustainability and consumption work it’s wholly irresponsible for giant brands and companies even ceos like stella McCartney to push blame solely on consumers or “customers” yes they do have to buy in because the push and advertising of these companies is insane, it’s not due to lack of willpower but sometimes survival to assimilate or fit in to your environment and if your environment is wearing stella McCartney and you are wearing hand made clothing by your parents expect to be ostracised even bullied by peers children and adults experience this. Good documentary but that part really hurt to hear, as if majority of people can’t even afford to be wasteful with clothing as if the global north doesn’t set trends and standards of consumerism and consumers aren’t being targeted with better marketing ideas and stronger and more competitive tactics like what?!?!

Vor 3 Tage
shadowsmustfall1
shadowsmustfall1

They keep using the word "people" when they should really be using the word "women"...you think men are buying all this garbage? How many men do you know have entire closets so packed with clothing it's bursting out the door? I wonder why clothing stores have 2-3 times more space dedicated to women's clothing than to men's. Women buy 70% of all goods, then add all the shit men are buying for women. Think that a man wants a new BMW every 2 years? Or maybe the expectation is that he has the newest and coolest car to impress women. Oh and showers...men can shower in 5 minutes easily, women spend 20 minutes minimum in there using 5 different body washes and shampoos and all kind of other chemical bullshit that just goes into our water. Then they slap on a bunch of makeup to trick everybody into thinking they're much prettier than they really are, and of course they wash it off at the end of the day and dump more chemical bullshit into the water supply. Anybody who has ever lived with a woman knows that a year supply of toilet paper is suddenly gone in 2 months. Ever wonder why most products are marketed toward women? Hmm it's almost as if businesses know who they can sell all their bullshit to. Think of all the items in your house...how many of those belong to or are really for the women in the house? Going on a trip? She'll easily take twice as much shit with her. Buy a nice couch? Oh but it's empty without at least 2-4 throw pillows that say something moronic like "live, laugh, love." Oh and she needs a blanket for the couch too in case she gets cold, because it's not enough to have mountains of clothing that she could put on to keep warm, she has to have even more shit. And she NEEDS that blanket because 75 degrees is too cold but she also needs all those clothes for multiple layers so she can take some off because 78 degrees is too hot. But despite her closet with clothes decomposing on the floor from the weight of clothes above, she doesn't have anything to wear! So she needs to buy MORE clothes. And oh no she needs to keep buying an endless supply of hair ties and bobby pins, because they all end up under the sofa or the bed, under the sofa cushions, in the laundry basket, on every horizontal surface in the house, in the glove compartment, center console, and when the man in the house dies, the autopsy will probably reveal at least a few dozen up his ass because they're fucking everywhere. Women, and men buying shit for women, is what drives consumerism and the rising use of energy and resulting climate change.

Vor 4 Tage
Raisha yas
Raisha yas

Congratulation! It’s so beautiful to see people gather n making amazing informative videos n at the same time it’s so tragic and makes me cry, soo great to watch this video worth every secs

Vor 7 Tage
Livvy Potts
Livvy Potts

Ew. Not even through the whole documentary and Joe Fresh's upper managment (can't remember her position in the company) and her total disregard for human life is making me feel sick. 'Not as dangerous as natural gas or mining', did you know that some dyes can contain formaldehyde and cyanide, which workers virtually have no protection from. The chemicals can sting their eyes, and make it hard to breathe. Around 1,000 workers die each year from inhalation of toxic fumes.

Vor 8 Tage
Camibottom
Camibottom

Def eye-opening. I will def try first to reduce and track what I buy from fast fashion e slowly trying to buy once or twice a year things I need. Is buying luxury brands a better solution? Do they respect workers? Thanks

Vor 8 Tage
Denis Solo
Denis Solo

This is shocking! I think I will never buy from Zara again..

Vor 9 Tage
Lorraine Bennett
Lorraine Bennett

My God.. I don't have much money but I will definitely try to source ethically produced clothing after watching this.

Vor 9 Tage
HigherMinds
HigherMinds

31:45 and they create viruses and bla bla bla... never ending cycle.

Vor 9 Tage
Ayla
Ayla

Where the fuck am I supposed to shop almost all stores use sweatshops. Even more expensive ones like topshop

Vor 10 Tage
diego
diego

these people never have these type of answers, they just like to point out these issues and then say nothing to come close to a solution.

Vor 3 Tage
xuxu49
xuxu49

I never see a T-shirt at the same way after watching this film. Thank you for this

Vor 10 Tage
Veg Mountain
Veg Mountain

Government is full of shit working for rich people. .ignoring the basic needs of poor...shame on such government

Vor 10 Tage
Veg Mountain
Veg Mountain

Never going to buy brand clothing nowon ..i m only going to buy natural fabric cloths which is produced locally

Vor 10 Tage
Gavin Brayton
Gavin Brayton

I was about to go shopping for back-to-college clothes when I saw this. Then I realized that I have plenty of clothes as is... as in I don't even know where the majority of them are and most of them fit me. I'm gonna wear these until they have holes in them, even if I'm 50yrs old by then. This movie made me cry at the end. I'm part of the system and thus part of the problem. I buy clothes 1 or 2 times a year, so I definitely value and wear what I buy, but that excuses nothing, I shop a places like GAP, Banana Republic, etc. I'm going to do better. Cheers!

Vor 11 Tage
Veg Mountain
Veg Mountain

Indian government is sleeping...

Vor 11 Tage
Veg Mountain
Veg Mountain

The one who disliking thus video is the most corrupt motherf*cker in the world

Vor 11 Tage
Veg Mountain
Veg Mountain

Materialism is the core issue...when people going to understand that less is more.

Vor 11 Tage
Roxane Radulescu
Roxane Radulescu

The better road is to better pay those who made the clothes and pay less those who own the trade mark. The problem is that the guy who made this game is taking way too much money. We pay too high price for a piece of clothing. Way too much money for a piece of clothing.

Vor 12 Tage
Life According to Maria
Life According to Maria

This documentary is for the clothing industry like Blood Diamond movie was for the Diamond industry. Once people saw the human cost of getting a Diamond from the earth, it caused a shift is people’s attitude about purchasing a blood Diamond. Now women getting engaged pride themselves are getting ethically sources diamonds, lab grown diamonds or Moissanite. Same thing happened with fur coats. People can change their buying habits. They just have to be educated and made aware. I hope this movie kills the fast fashion industry and it becomes a priority for people to choose clothing only run by ethical companies and organic farmers.

Vor 12 Tage
Omy Haby
Omy Haby

Value of human life is decreasing rapidly meanwhile the value of profit is raising rapidly

Vor 13 Tage
KingFluffs
KingFluffs

4:18 That's because the companies and politicians will readily sell labour to other countries. Not only because they can get the same job done for dirt cheap, but they don't need to bother with compensations or health and safety. Meaning a bigger profit for them, and people who are dependant on them.

Vor 13 Tage
carol ngan
carol ngan

A great respect to those who take part in making and producing this film, and also to those who make a fair trade work with the workers in the poor countries.

Vor 13 Tage
Julio Mandiaga
Julio Mandiaga

Is there a documentary about unsold high end designers' products being destroyed like burned

Vor 13 Tage
stylenonsense
stylenonsense

Definitely eye opening

Vor 14 Tage
Monir uz Zaman
Monir uz Zaman

Simple question - what do you know about made in Bangladesh ready made garments industry!?! You are welcome to visit here 1 year to shoot everyday activities most of the factory here . Don't just let the world know about negative Bangladesh please . 21 years I serving in this industry . Now Bangladesh has remarkable green factories . Come experience the realty to let the rest of the world true story .

Vor 15 Tage
Abby Soliman
Abby Soliman

the woman at 14:50 is asking for a slap rn

Vor 15 Tage
Star-Proxima128
Star-Proxima128

what is the name of the song at 34:26?

Vor 16 Tage
yellow nude
yellow nude

indonesian subtittle please 🙏 here so many indonesian don't understand about this issue

Vor 17 Tage
Gino Tarabotto
Gino Tarabotto

Looks more like this video is more like Liberals against Liberals!!!

Vor 17 Tage
Hasani Codes
Hasani Codes

Ya'll call me a bum for years because your parents bought you designer or you slaved that one summer to buy an expensive sneakers, but who's the joke really on?

Vor 17 Tage
Leia Jiang
Leia Jiang

even before i watched this video, i promised myself i would stop buying clothing because of environmental issues. im gonna do it.

Vor 19 Tage
Leia Jiang
Leia Jiang

even if i do im gonna buy from ethical sources and choose to taylor my clothing instead of buying new ones that fit.

Vor 19 Tage
Nata Gou
Nata Gou

1:18:48 heartbreaking 😭

Vor 20 Tage
Gavin Brayton
Gavin Brayton

I know. The last montage was the straw that broke the camel's back. I'm not ashamed to admit that I cried.

Vor 11 Tage
sudhansu padhan
sudhansu padhan

The sad part is -"we all know everything but we can do nothing instead of involving ourselves in this ecosystem. Because this is modern world - where money is power/exploitation at it's peak. People are dying - & we the idiots of modern era see/feel/witnessing/even taking part in those sins & ignoring simply... We are made like this since our birth........ basically in this planet humans are not deserved to be existed.

Vor 20 Tage
Ju Pa
Ju Pa

the main issue is overpopulation. these countries should have less children, so the slaves would disappear.

Vor 20 Tage
Tokyo Paul 360
Tokyo Paul 360

Yeah we gotta spread the message and get people to internalize the waste. It just seems like the economic profit model is broken. People are incentivized to want more instead of caring about other people and the earth. #peopleovermoney

Vor 21 Tag
Minka Yordanova
Minka Yordanova

This does not happen only in fashion industry- look at coffee, tee, chocolate, banana plantations, etc they all do the same. Time to wake up and start consuming less, start consuming ethically and at fair prices.

Vor 21 Tag
Bee B
Bee B

Is that the one documentary that was on Netflix like 2 years ago? I'm not sure. Let me know thank you.

Vor 22 Tage
Shelly Webster
Shelly Webster

I’ve had a pretty bad shopping addiction for around a decade now. I would buy anything just to buy something. I knew things were bad when I spent over $300 in one night on makeup that I haven’t even used. That was 8 months ago. Still haven’t used it. Last month I started watching videos about sustainability and ethical shopping. I knew I had to watch this documentary because each video I watched recommended it. And I’m glad. It puts so many things into perspective. I haven’t bought a new thing in a month and watching this video helps me stay on that track. And when I need to buy a new coat or jeans, now I have a list of sustainable & ethical brands to purchase from as well as the mindset to say no to other brands that are either fast fashion or green washing.

Vor 22 Tage
gatar cleaner
gatar cleaner

Actually in india we very poor people like I'm an average poor indians i earn around 100 dollar a month I'm a toilet cleaner

Vor 18 Tage
Plot11
Plot11

Modern temptations can lead you down a dark path... Thank you for the comment and for watching!🙂✌

Vor 22 Tage
Thu Trang Lê
Thu Trang Lê

This is a really good documentary. I have been into the Fast Fashion industry for some time, questioning about their true sustainability statement. Although I could imagine the factual scenes of the garment industry in developing countries, but it still came to my realization how destructive capitalism can be to the human right justice. Just hope that someday I can contribute to bettering the life of garment workers.

Vor 23 Tage
J D V
J D V

This doc forever changed me

Vor 23 Tage
Dan DC
Dan DC

I don’t like how they focus basically in America when all the world have been suffering from the same nonsense consuming illness

Vor 25 Tage
Dan DC
Dan DC

Selfish is one of the worse things in earth, why you got give so bad conditions and low money. You just don’t love your neighbor as yourself. But it is not just for Americans it is also bec the weak laws in their very own countries. Who also abuse of the profit they give

Vor 25 Tage
Tony Lizzy
Tony Lizzy

we spend money we don't have for things we don't need and please people we don't like. im so mad and sad, minimalism is my way to go, 2020 only bought nothing and 2021 only bought one jacket by far

Vor 25 Tage
Vicky Rohilla
Vicky Rohilla

I don’t know what to say but this is really heart breaking thing i have seen after the rubber industry worker’s condition . I think thats the reason why peoples around the globe losing the purpose of life.

Vor 25 Tage
Маргарита Москвичёва
Маргарита Москвичёва

We need to spread this film all over....

Vor 27 Tage
joyce mburu
joyce mburu

🥺🥺🥺..

Vor 27 Tage
José Díaz
José Díaz

The woman at 14:55 😧 and she laugh // they can do worst so we are ok doing them bad,,,, because bad is better than worst 🤭

Vor 27 Tage
arkijona
arkijona

ive always preferred thrift and second hand clothes shopping. i just felt more comfortable buying used clothes. and now the more i am determined to do so. this is so sad and heartbreaking 🥺

Vor 28 Tage
cher young
cher young

I will never want to support brands that uses child labor or low cost labor!

Vor 28 Tage
Lola May
Lola May

The US-lady with the organic crops acting like her long history in cotton farming isn't based on human exploitation

Vor 29 Tage
Alberta Mae
Alberta Mae

Recently heard that a suitcase of clothing for travel is more environmentally harmful than the flight itself. That was interesting and eye opening never will look at clothing the same

Vor 29 Tage
DAVID MAILLET
DAVID MAILLET

This literally brought tears to me...what a f**** tragedy...this documentary should be translated into more languages. I can help with french if needed

Vor 29 Tage
Sustainably In Green
Sustainably In Green

Eye opening documentary ! Thank you for sharing💗

Vor Monat
Plot11
Plot11

Thx for watching!🎥😁😀

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L.Simon
L.Simon

I make it a point not to buy fast fashion....

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Laura Trujillo
Laura Trujillo

Lets see documentaries showing what’s possible and focusing on what we can all do to make this issue better… showcase companies and people that are examples of what we want to create 🙏🏼

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Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
Harp Rudich
Harp Rudich

declare a war on fashion

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YoginiOnTour II Julia Lapina
YoginiOnTour II Julia Lapina

We have to remember to say thank you and appreciate everything and everyone 🌍

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Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
YoginiOnTour II Julia Lapina
YoginiOnTour II Julia Lapina

Awesome Documentary , thanks for all your hard work guys !!! 🍀

Vor Monat
Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
Mioto Hamura
Mioto Hamura

Thank you so much for this film. So glad I found that. I came to the conclusion a long time ago that people do not need a lot of clothes, that fashion is empty and completely different from the concept of style and beauty. If the latter is combined with minimalism, buying simple and high-quality things (or even sewing them from a fabric of your own choosing), they will last longer without causing any damage to nature. On the other hand, people need to have jobs and the system needs to change, to improve their lives and this is not an issue, not a necessity - it is the future of all of us.

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Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
F D
F D

60s-70s 90% of western products made locally. Globalism works only for 1% of westerners do your maths.

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Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
C. Williams
C. Williams

A long time ago, we, as in people in the household, would most of the clothes we wear. Gandhi, who spurned most material possessions made an exception for the sewing machine, calling it “one of the few useful things ever invented”; Evenly-spaced stitching now didn’t come from years of practice. One of the things over the pandemic that I took on was sewing. I have always wanted to make some of my own clothes myself and if nothing else, it puts things in perspective. When you realize just how much work goes into sewing together garment, and then you see a price of 10 dollars for a shirt, or whatever.. it’s like, ugh, you cannot help but thing that someone was paid fractions of a penny for their work. But you don’t have to be a part of that system! Learn how to make your own clothes. Sewing machines are not expensive either and, even better, while we may not make garments in the USA, a lot of fabric is still make here. Or find good material from places like goodwill and up-cycling them! The fashion industry is the pretty face that capitalism puts on for its big razzle dazzle.

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catastrophicized
catastrophicized

This is an incredible, enlightening review of just how deep the damage from fast fashion goes. It's so much more than overconsumption, more than pollution... this is a human right's issue and it should be treated with the priority of such.

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Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
Deirdre Moenk
Deirdre Moenk

Watched this whilst sewing. I love my job. I wish more people would buy handmade in the USA.

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Plot11
Plot11

🎬❤️

Vor 29 Tage
Steve Laban
Steve Laban

i promise to make this documentary part and piece of my life as a designer. i cant believe this happens in this world,....oh my God

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이정은
이정은

This is incredibly disturbing and awakening fact to learn. Realized how much the current accounting system and capital market structure are distorted. They should recognize all the cost they generate to nature and to human rights of developing countries as the cost of good in their books.

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Gabriela Jończyk
Gabriela Jończyk

This is just colonisation in new brand package. Let this 13:50 guy work there, let him taste those benefits that he adores!

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Will Iwin
Will Iwin

Some people are so disgusting. 😳🙄😖😵‍💫🤔

Vor Monat
prontofalei
prontofalei

yes,tottaly modern slavery

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Ana Zechner
Ana Zechner

Excellent documentary! Let's hope we all come to our senses and not do the impulse buy just because the cheap prices are attractive. The where, how all those clothes come from and where they end up is a very sad reality.

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Weaam Aljassim
Weaam Aljassim

This is sad, but boycotting fast fashion will result in 1000s of these people loosing their jobs. For them, it is an opportunity, income, and they don't want you to take it of their hands.

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yustiwati angu bima
yustiwati angu bima

I saw another video that is continuous with the research in this video that used clothes from countries with fast fashion consumption being sold cheaply to Africa in the name of cerity for the last 30 decades. However, the Ghanaian state admits that it is only an effort to eliminate fast fashion waste from the Americas, Australia and Europe because only a few of the used clothes that reach Africa can be reused, most of the rest ends up in landfills that are already the size of an island. This fashion trash destroys the soil and the water and air there.

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Alexandra Nowakowski
Alexandra Nowakowski

A desperately needed documentary. Thank you

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Plot11
Plot11

You are welcome!

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Sevuru Eva
Sevuru Eva

@14:35 I know the garment factories bring job opportunity to an otherwise poor nation but god damn.... The level of entitlement and smugness in her comment as if the lowly workers should be eternally grateful for having a job in unsafe condition, for a salary that at best is near minimum wage even by third world standards. I believe this should be called abuse of power. An industry with such high profit margins but can't provide decent wages I call bullshit on her. Not to mention the environmental damages these cost from manufacturing to disposal of these fast fashion. You are the definition of human waste.

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Weronika Biernat
Weronika Biernat

This is such a true eye opening. Yong people, politicians and big companies say that older generation were and are not green and environment not friendly.... when this just shows who actually treats items disposable. When i was young, clothing were passed from older siblings or cousins or neighbors... Now that's being GREEN.

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Nativefraulein19
Nativefraulein19

I am not sure how about some of the comments here...all of you have a point ---but---- 'American greed this...'American Ignorance...' that. Hello this is a *western* (if not universal) problem. I live in Germany and fast fashion is available everywhere---H&M, Mango, Shein etc. I have travelled around western Europe and fast fashion abounds so keep this in mind.

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Miracle Mantras &Astrology
Miracle Mantras &Astrology

Buy THAT dress only if YOU look like that model

Vor Monat
my music
my music

This is how the fashion industry making money and become so rich ...amazing

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B Flack
B Flack

I was in TJMAXX today and there were so many beautiful clothes at ridiculously low prices - it was ominous - like how can this be? This video shows why? What can I do to change this fast fashion dilemma, my cheap clothes are creating hell for others.

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Everything Of Indian Cinema.
Everything Of Indian Cinema.

I have never believed in fast fashion. I still don't understand the hype about it. I am the kind of person that wears the same clothes till they have holes & sew the holes back & wear them all over again. Also, I prefer quality over fast fashion.

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Laura
Laura

Thank you so much, so much, to you and to Andrew Morgan and everyone involved in this documentary, to the amazing workers and activists in Bangladesh and Cambodia and around the world, to those forward-looking entrepreneurs laboring to build a different system...thanks to you all for helping me to continue to wake up.

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gatar cleaner
gatar cleaner

Actually in india we very poor people like I'm an average poor indians u can ask me anything I earn around 100 dollar a month I'm a toilet cleaner

Vor 18 Tage
Nishat Ari
Nishat Ari

Seeing this after a month of another fire tragedy happened in SHEZAN juice company here in Bangladesh. They shut the gates off of the main door and roof, didn’t let workers get out because they would steal things?! They were burned alive in there. And you know how much the deads family got? 3500$. Yes,only 3500$ for each life. Not just garment factory is exploiting human rights in here, almost every factory is conducting this crime because our government is looking for GDP in dollar instead of actually care about poor people’s lives and giving them the justice,the life they deserve.

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T. Royce
T. Royce

This should be shown in schools.

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Beth Alamo
Beth Alamo

and then onlinE shopping made this much worser bc of companies like shein😟

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Camila Salinas
Camila Salinas

Good job, love the way you show me real world behind clothes. Stopped buy new stuff since 2019. Now I only do second hand shopping only when really necessary or if is anything that I can not make/sew/knit for myself. Thank you. I will share.

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Plot11
Plot11

Thanks for sharing!! :)

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Ane SKINTVEIT
Ane SKINTVEIT

Great.dukumentar

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Jade Sheppard
Jade Sheppard

Bravo! Thank you!

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Nathalie Bolduc
Nathalie Bolduc

Merci il faut se réveiller

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Abby Butcher
Abby Butcher

You can buy really amazing, unique, quality vintage clothes online. There are loads on places like Etsy that are in pristine condition being sold for less than they were 50 years ago. You are simultaneously helping an individual grow their small vintage clothing business and not contributing to slavery and unnecessary waste. I have clothes that are 60 years old, have lived multiple lives, and are in better condition than something I bought from H&M 2 years ago. Buy vintage!

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Alias Grace
Alias Grace

i wish a lot of people could see this

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Sequoia Willow
Sequoia Willow

Every second of this documentary is so important

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Georgia Psyrri
Georgia Psyrri

This is a really well made documentary on the textile industry. Highly recommend!

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Clohey Horton
Clohey Horton

Thank you so much for exposing these companies and bringing awareness.

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gatar cleaner
gatar cleaner

Actually in india we very poor people like I'm an average poor indians u can ask me anything I earn around 100 dollar a month I'm a toilet cleaner

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Kathryn Tate
Kathryn Tate

The clothing industry has been sickening all my adult life, and I am 61.

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NIKI
NIKI

damm

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NIKI
NIKI

firs a women oppression tool, than an environmental oppression one

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Cyrus Contractor
Cyrus Contractor

There is a very fundamental solution here to end the problem. Sounds a bit simplistic and knee jerk but more people in the developed nations have to start working. To much of MBAs to much of CAs to much of analysis resulting in nothing. Self indulgence self importance and pampering. Dependence of the government to fulfil even your basic needs? Sitting still in controlled environments all day and then working out in expensive gyms. The cycles are only going to get more vicious as social media makes people more vain. Everyone is a 2 minute superstar and clothes are the easiest thing to grab.

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Camilo Lopez
Camilo Lopez

braaaah

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Shinomiya's Duel Links
Shinomiya's Duel Links

I watched this many years ago, as it came out. Since then, I try to sew my clothes by myself, or buy from air trade shops. Thank you very much for uploading it!

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Plot11
Plot11

You are so welcome!

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Marion Visser
Marion Visser

beautifully made, high quality documentary!

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Plot11
Plot11

Glad you liked it!

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