In October 2007, I reviewed a feature-length documentary, "The Price of Sugar." I wrote:
The film informs viewers about human-rights violations that are almost invisible. It inspires and illumines the meaning of Catholic social teaching by showing exactly what it means to put the gospel into practice and empower the poor and stateless. Intriguing, heartbreaking, informative and hopeful; intense. (See: Eye on Entertainment, St. Anthony Messenger).
A year later I wrote a blurb about the film in view of its release on DVD.