A psychologist discovers troubling links between Nazism and modern-day big business.
The sanity of chemical company director Michel Lonsdale is called into question in Nicolas Klotz’s compelling take on François Emmanuel’s novel as Lonsdale’s ruthless assistant (Kalfon) orders Amalric’s in-house psychologist to monitor the eccentric behaviour that’s so concerning the head office. However, as Amalric begins his investigation, he soon realises that the firm’s shiny facade hides a murky past. Hinting that modern capitalism’s competitive spirit originated in the political excesses of the early 20th century, this is a searing indictment of corporate responsibility that will intrigue conspiracy theorists.
A searing indictment of corporate responsibility that will intrigue conspiracy theorists.