Interesting premise, some great dialogue & solid performances, but drops the ball with some arbitrary curves, unintentional (I guess) misogyny & flabby stretches; still well worth a look.
During an anti-globalisation protest, seven candidates are assembled for the final stage of the selection process for a single high-level position at a multinational company. The tension becomes palpable when they realise they must compete against one another in a ruthless new American HR test known as the Grönholm Method. Their first challenge is to identify a corporate mole in their midst—and eject them. As the questioning turns accusative, vicious and humiliating, no-one knows who to trust, what their next challenge will be, or how far they'll have to go.
Based on an acclaimed play, and featuring a stellar cast of Spanish and Argentine actors, The Method is an intelligent thriller about the suspicion, paranoia, and betrayal at the heart of corporate politics.