Michael Levine (shown below) -- turns out to have even more reason to exist. It documents, and rather well, too, a family business that seems to TrustMovies to be a model of how Capitalism can work when, as it should be, it is overseen by a Socialist hand. Or at least by overseers who actually care about their employees.
STREIT'S: MATZO AND THE AMERICAN DREAM should have plenty of appeal -- and not just for Jews but for any of us who've been invited by friends or relatives to a Passover Seder, where matzo, of course, is a "must." Turns out there's a good reason for the kind of weird and very old-fashioned look of the Streit's matzo package (shown at bottom) and for the never-changing appearance and taste of the enormous-but-go-ahead-and-break-off-a-piece slab of dried bread itself. It's all about tradition that works. (And you don't mess with a Rabbi-approved recipe made almost entirely of water and flour.)
Akiva Kempner's Rosenwald -- that showed us what philanthropy and big business were like, back in the day. This one does something similar, on a smaller scale, regarding tradition and a family business.