Target’s anti-union video for employees, has gotten a facelift.

The video— which previously drew ridicule for strained and earnest delivery, kitschy and melodramatic graphics, and sub-par production values — appears to have gotten a makeover. The newer video, reviewed by Salon (but which is not being re-posted for legal reasons), echoes or repeats verbatim many of the lines from its predecessor, which Gawker’s Hamilton Nolan posted in 2011 and mocked as “shitty propaganda” with “the production values of an eighth-grade educational film.”

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