This could have been a fantastic movie. Based on a true story, what happens is as gripping as gripping can be. Unfortunately, and I do not wish to bore anyone with the technicalities of film making, but the editing, the dialogue, and transitions are just terribly done. But even with those failings, it still could have been a no-miss movie, but the way it's done, essentially documentary style, even though it didn't mean to be, the horrors it depicts are beyond horrible. I don't know how it ends. I'm actually surprised I lasted more than an hour. I concede others might find it one of the most powerful movies ever made.
IMDb Link to the Whistleblower