The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers
Wow, the obstacles a person has to go overcome— just to tell the truth.
OK, comparatively, I know it’s not remotely the same level/degree of importance/urgency, but the main things I liked about PX This so much were its honesty and courage. (And, of course, that I could relate to it so well, personally.)
If you don’t yet know all the details of the world’s "preemninent whistleblower" and/or the subsequent landmark Supreme Court case that firmly solidified the rights of Free Speech over even the most powerful government on the planet, watch The Most Dangerous Man in America.
And then seriously ask yourself: why is it anyone should suffer disparagement just for being veracious and principled?