I'm warning you right off the bat, this one is a challenge. It can be tough to watch at times. However, the photography is incredible and the places the film goes are places you have likely never seen before. The film focuses on five hellish occupations: coal mining in the Ukraine, Sulfur mining in Indonesia, livestock processing in Nigeria (very graphic), ship dismantling in Pakistan, and steel production in China. If you think you have a shitty job, this film might give you a different outlook. I probably haven't done the best job talking up this film, but it is pretty amazing. Although there is minimal dialogue (which is subtitled), it has a slight similarity in style to one of my all-time favorite films, Baraka.
You can Netflix it HERE.