Clip from the documentary film
I've embedded a 6 meg .mp4 clip of the documentary in the "read below" section below. It will look a bit distorted, since it's created for TVs (which have oblong pixels) rather than computer monitors (which have square ones).
This segment is from the beginning of the "collective rights" section, and deals with the question of the second amendment's wording in that regard. After this segment, it goes into the history of the National Guard (organized under Congress's unlimited power to raise an army, not under the restrictions of the militia clauses), then into the origin of the idea in a 1905 Kansas case (I found the original docket sheets -- it was an appeal from a $1 fine), US v. Miller, and later federal cases, before returning with another good thumping. And all the above (most of it not in this clip) is about 20 minutes of a 1:45 movie.