Three good things about this documentary: It has an interesting story, it has an engaging narrator, and it’s short. The story concerns a man, Ralph W. Moss, who in the 1970s got fired from a pharmaceutical corporation (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center) after he attempted to expose a bunch of its dodgy marketing, political, and scientific practices. The narrator is Moss, who was a young man when he got canned. And the reason why the documentary—which has the production values of a Hollywood whistle-blower thriller—is short is because it pretty much sticks to Moss’s side of the story. This movie is about him and him alone.