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"Blood on the Mountain" is unapologetic about its one-sided viewpoint: the lawyers, academics and miners interviewed are all pro-union. There may be good reason.
A project that many history documentaries should aspire to, Blood on the Mountain has much to think about, learn from and never forget.
The film may be one-sided, but if nothing else, it is a reminder that the "coal equals jobs" equation is a serious oversimplification.
The movie is practically a textbook about how ravenous corporations and feckless government can strip-mine the souls of workers, and replace them with a political narrative about their problems that keeps reality forever hidden behind a fine, dusty fog.
If you want to spend an hour and a half watching people who are royally screwed, look no further than the new documentary Blood on the Mountain.
Blood on the Mountain is not overly daring in its formal approach, but the story is so compelling that stylistic bells and whistles are not necessary.
A disorganized presentation hurts the worthy argument in this heart-rending documentary that chronicles the historically horrific treatment of West Virginia coal miners.
Unconvincingly tries to establish there is a growing constituency for change in the relationship between King Coal and West Virginians to protect health and the environment.
This insightful documentary shines a worthwhile spotlight on a legacy of struggles involving blue-collar miners and their unions, and energy companies who place profit over worker safety and environmental concerns.
A hard-hitting documentary about the death and destruction heaped upon the coal miners of West Virginia
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