I would recommend skipping to 1.30 if you get bored in the beginning of this clip.
This clip is from the documentary Harlan County, USA. It tells the story of the 1973 miner’s strike in rural Kentucky. The documentary was all shot on the ground and as a result gives a very personal and real depiction of what happened. The documentary chronicles the plight of the miners, the greed and violence of the mining company as well as the corruption of the local law enforcement. The documentary climaxes with thugs hired by the mining company and local sheriff’s department beat Kopple (the director) and her crew and open fire on unarmed and peaceful protesters. A very relevant documentary depicting corporate greed and corruption and the bravery it takes to stand up against them. Winner of the 1976 Oscar for Best Documentary.