Foxconn is operated with the cheapest materials and laborers. Although migrant laborers are dying of occupational illness every day, its factories run ceaselessly. Hence, laborers decide to gather and speak up. Victims demand compensations, investigate the trace of carcinogen usage, and organize campaigns to ban benzene. Victims ask; who are complicit in the death of my colleagues?
Heather White, Lynn Zhang
Co-Director/Producer: Heather White is a first-time documentary director. From 2011-2014 she was a Network Fellow at Harvard Universityʼs Edmond Safra Center for Ethics. She is the founder and former Executive Director (1995-2005) of www.verite.org, an award-winning non-profit organization recognized for its groundbreaking leadership in the areas of global supply chain monitoring and factory social audits. Co-Director/2nd Cameraperson: Lynn Zhang is a videographer who previously specialized in short documentaries.