The True Cost is a documentary that details the impact fast fashion and the clothing industry have on the environment and the low-wage workers that sustain it. It's an eye-opening look into the detrimental consequences (or "true cost") of the mass consumerism of cheap clothing in the U.S. and around the world. The documentary highlights how clothing manufacturers and retailers like Zara and H&M are able to sell $19.99 blazers and $5.99 tops because they cut costs through below-standard working conditions, poverty wages for factory workers, and cheap yet harmful chemicals that poison the environment and the people working with them. This is the story of the true cost of cheap clothing and the horrific damage it is having on our planet and our humanity.
RiverBlue is a documentary that examines how the denim and jeans industry is polluting rivers.