Thanks, that's a good question. The Last One is sixty minutes total, and a little more polished; tv-friendly you might say. Doc Channel gave it a TV-PG rating. It has interviews with Joe Dabney (author of Mountain Spirits), Jerry Alexander (author of Where Have All the Moonshiners Gone?) and folklorist/historians, etc., so it goes a little deeper into the role of moonshine in Appalachian culture. It has music with Henry Queen, Raymond Fairchild and others, plus the DVD has bonus commentary and Raymond Fairchild pickin some tunes at the Maggie Valley Opry House.
Some folks will want it straight up, no chaser and I understand that. You can still get the raw, original "This Is the Last Dam Run of Likker I'll Ever Make" from Popcorn.