- Fri 6 Oct - 15:45
Dante's inferno. Men stir the contents of a huge cauldron in a dark and filthy factory building in India. Others stand beside big vats of chemicals. Work in a garment factory in India is physically hard, with workdays often lasting twelve hours. God gave us hands so we have to work, someone says in the film. The conditions recall the Europe of the 19th century. Are these still people or are they machines? Ask yourself that next time you buy a pair of jeans.