The Last Truck: The Closing of a GM Plant
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The Last Truck: The Closing of a GM Plant
When the General Motors assembly plant in Moraine, Ohio shut its doors on December 23, 2008, 2,500 workers and 200 managers were left without jobs. General Motors was the lifeblood of this small community, and in this documentary the employees reflect on the ways the company brought them closer to their neighbors as operations at the plant slowly grind to a halt. Body shop employee Kathy is a mother of three with six grandchildren, and viewed her co-workers more as a second family than simple colleagues. Meanwhile, as tearful electrician Kim, reflective toolmaker Popeye, and crestfallen… More

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"... structured like a mystery that starts with the conclusion and then works backwards in flashbacks to show how it got there."
‑ Sarah Boslaugh, Playback:stl
"An intelligent and heartbreaking record of the human wreckage left behind in the decline and disappearance of manufacturing jobs in the U.S."
‑ Phil Hall, Film Threat
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