My previous Netflix rental was explicitly about business. My most recent watch, which I saw last night, was explicitly about post-war Poland… but implicitly about business. Go figure!
Krzysztof Kieslowski’s 1976 film The Scar touches on a lot of serious business issues: The impact a new business can have on a community, involving community members in business development projects, paying attention to the needs of employees, the importance of leadership — and finding yourself in a situation where you’re being set up to fail — social responsibility, and the impact your work can have on your family life.
Worth a rental.