On of the most unique documentaries that I've have seen.
I happened to catch this film at the Sundance Film Festival while volunteering there about five years ago. I must admit that when I think back on that time, and the 20 or so films that I watched, this is the one that most sticks out in my mind (besides The Cream Master Cycle 3 and that says a lot!). It's so unique in it's form that you can't take your eyes off the screen not to mention that the little-known subject matter is absolutely fascinating... and devastating. It's too bad that reviewer's like "littlesiddie" can't get beyond there own politics and self "pretensions" to admit that this film has merit. They would probably prefer that the film place the blame on the mine workers for the downfall of their town and land. Is that the problem with the left? They care about the little people, the underdog, real democracy and justice? After decades of neglect the exploited people of this community are finally getting some justice, but not for littlesiddie...this is a travesty. His corporate buddies are being unfairly represented. Is that about right? You're concerned that some dead corporate elites are being wrongly exposed? Give me a break.
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