A wickedly fun skewering of corporate greed, The Yes Men Fix The World is the true story of two mischief-makers who pose as the representatives of companies they despise. In this wonderfully therapeutic film, Yes Men Andy Bichlbaum and Bonanno impose cosmic (and comic) justice by any means necessary. To a television audience of 300 million, Andy (posing as a Dow Chemical spokesman) announces that Dow will finally compensate the victims of the Bhopal disaster, causing the company's stock to instantly plunge by $2 billion. At an oil industry conference, the Yes Men introduces a wonderful new Exxon miracle fuel made from the bodies of global warming losers. Through a series of increasingly brazen actions, The Yes Men Fix The World "shines with a raw wit and originality" (Newsweek) as it follows the twisted logic of corporate capitalism to its absurd conclusion, exposing the hilarious and awful absurdities of an economic system that ruthlessly rules the planet.