The Painter and the Thief
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An expose on workplace violence. How it is caused by the workplace environment and how workers are treated and not simply a random psycho individual.
A very bold documentary, with interviews from seasoned postal workers that will surprise you.
Must see, the story behind the shootings and work place bullying. Wake up America.
-The Hard Line-
There's always a story behind the story. Their fingers are on the buttons.
This definitely explains why Steve Jobs went overseas to have his products manufactured! However, it didn't really address the disturbing trend of youth and white male family and community annihilators.
Brave, insightful and disturbing.
The narrative of this movie is that work place violence is a result of being mistreated at work. People interviewed were sympathetic of the of the killers and not the victims. I hated this documentary.