This was a newer documentary on Netflix released recently. It seems anti gun in certain parts but what I'm more interested in is the parts mentioning Gaston and his dealings. For those that dont know the movie deals with different aspects of the brand Glock in various facets. Does anyone know, who has seen the movie, if the alleged facts about Glock are true? If you have seen the film already does it change your perception on Glock one way or the other? To be clear, I'm not asking about how guns play a role in inner city gang banging or other already illegal activities, as the film suggests in certain parts. This is strictly about Gaston and his dealings and how that might affect consumers of his product, which is today firearms.