This is my first post in a while...bear with me.
I don't understand. I don't think he looked angry at all when "smashing" the malformed glass on the floor. (Londo, I think he's not used to the physical exertion, so that is why the facial expression...lol) Also, I don't think they actually smashed the glass. Just tossed it down into a cushioned box and had the sound effects department mix a breaking-glass sound in (a simple trick, really). I don't imagine they want a mess like that to clean up or to create an unsafe working condition with all that broken glass everywhere. But that's just my point of view. I've been free of the organization for about 14 years now, so I feel practically like an outsider now. But viewing this video for the first time after reading most of the above thread, I really don't see what aggression or anger there is in that scene at 21:10. I get what y'all are saying, though. However, I don't see how anyone still trapped in the troof is going to see your point of view, though.
By the way, when did the halls install ginormous tv screens and start up these "broadcasts" thingies? I was driving past our local hall yesterday and happened to see a congregation watching a tv screen, and I was all like "what the...? they have screens? really?" Ironically, I was driving home from an evening class...otherwise known as "higher education" precisely what was being talked about...paid for by my workplace. ha. But anyway, trying to get an answer to that question about when did they start putting screens in the halls was why I logged into j-w.com after so long.