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Watch: The Yes Men Fix The World Trailer

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It’s here — the new trailer to the upcoming documentary on the world’s most successful and elaborate corporate pranksters. Just a few weeks ago, we talked about how the Yes Men — a duo committed to exposing corporate evil — had created a new bottled water brand named B’eau-Pal. It was a play on words to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the disaster at Bhopal — something Dow Chemical still refuses to address and clean-up; despite studies showing adverse health effects on people still living near the site.

Now, the group is ready to release their new movie documenting some of their latest corporate pranks titled, The Yes Men Fix The World. Needless to say, it’s an impressive glimpse at what’s sure to be a hit documentary — and hopefully a wake-up call to the corporations targeted. Check it out below:

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