If anyone can get a family member or friend to watch this, it might just take them off pork forever - and maybe all animal products too.
It's going to be hard to watch, but I'm sure not as bad as other videos such as the PETA investigation into one of the pig factory farms - which included sows being raped with iron bars, belted on the back with polls, toxically spray painted directly into the eyes and piglets smashed onto the ground. It was the hardest thing I've seen in my whole life - I don't know the PETA investigators are able to film it... but damn... they're amazing people that we should all be thankful for.
So, I don't know if the slaughter itself will be the hardest part to watch, I think seeing the sow stalls , the piglets being castrated and the gestation crates will be the hardest bits to watch.
If we don't watch, I doubt our family members will. There is also a chance that people from school may watch this program -- if they're as horrified as we think they'll be, we will probably be the first people they will come to on Thursday to ask what they can do about it.
Try to get everyone you know who isn't veg to watch it is my advice.