FORTUNE -- Apple (AAPL) continues to come under pressure from environmentalists and human rights groups to clean up its act.
Currently making the rounds on college campuses is filmmaker Heather White's Who Pays the Price, a 9:30-minute video that begins in the style of a soft-voiced Apple promo ("This is what matters. The experience of a product. Will it make life better...") but quickly shifts gears into tales of benzene poisoning that are almost too painful to watch.
As if on cue, Apple on Monday released the attached video, titled "Better," in which a narrator who sounds a lot like Tim Cook stresses Apple's commitment to minimizing its environmental footprint.
Can both messages be true? Sure they can.
Like all the electronic devices we take so much for granted, the manufacture of Apple's products involves the use of toxic solvents and who knows how much electrical energy.
But it's also true that Apple has made as big a public commitment -- if not bigger -- to reducing those costs as any of its competitors.
Based on a real father's quest to link Samsung's chemicals to his daughter's 2007 death.
FORTUNE -- You don't have to understand a word of Korean to know what this movie is about.
"Another Family" was the second-highest-grossing film in South Korea last week, according to the Wall Street Journal, despite relatively narrow distribution in local theaters.
According to the filmmakers, the movie is based on the true story of a working-class family whose MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 17, 2014 1:17 PM ET
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