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A poignant but hard-edged portrait of a working-class community pulling together when under threat. Ruby Kincaid is an ordinary woman in early 1970s Kentucky, whose husband is a coal miner, and whose father like all her family worked down the mines too. But her father now has an incurable lung disease from his years on the job, and when her husband is almost killed in a accident at work and the miners go on strike soon afterwards, Ruby decides she has to play an active role in what will turn into a bitter and long-running dispute.
Based on the true story of a sassy single mother working as an assistant at a law firm, who discovers a firm's water pollution is making locals ill.
14+ years 126 mins
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