The True Cost: Who Pays the Real Price for Your Clothes

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Have you ever wondered where do the clothes you wear come from? Who makes them? Who manufacturers them? Do you think about the people who make them? Or about the impact the industry has on the world?
This documentary takes a look and tries to answer all of these questions.
The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades. But at the same time, the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically.
This documentary makes us consider who really pays the price for our clothing. Filmed in different countries all over the world, the documentary is an unprecedented project inviting us on an eye-opening journey.

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