I worked with the guy at the Museum that is responsible for these types of documentaries. We'd have a question/answer discussion with a group from all backgrounds/social/economic/education (mostly educators/wealty people) after screenings. (I'd be behind the film projector)
It'll always be something controversial, like "The Spirit of 34" union strikes and "Black is Black Isn't". I remember coming away from "Black is Black Ain't" - it's what you look like.
I think I know what would have been agreed on after this screening. It doesn't matter about the cause of an issue, it's the effect. And probably most people who hate on immigrants probably never heard of NAFTA. But this is part one. Couldn't get both videos in one post.