The Champagne Safari
In 1934, mogul Charles Bedaux embarked on an ill-fated journey across Northern Canada. His upper-crust caravan, called "The Champagne Safari," was abandoned and film footage of the journey was lost. Decades later, director George Ungar discovers the film. Using it, he composes this documentary that tracks the wealthy industrialist's life, exploring how his worker-management system left its imprint on the modern world. He also examines Bedaux's Nazi ties, which led to his undoing.