Completely unflinching. Imagine being the worker getting paid minimum wage to personally slaughter hundreds of cows or sheep a day and the trauma and guilt associated with that. The disparity between the assembly line workers and the executives is insane and watching the union bargaining is so telling.
The tubed egg scene is hilarious and the meat salesman seem like self parodies.
I felt most affected by two shots: The first shot is one of cow carcasses dangling from meat hooks on a conveyer line, dressed in white sheets, looking like human bodies. This shot is earily quiet after the commotion inside the factory that seemed to last for an impossibly long time. The second shot is of someone sitting alone, in a vulnerable position, looking absolutely distraught. It's so quick and out of place in the sterileness of the rest of the footage.