European doctors find themselves at the mercy of rebels in an undisclosed African country where young boys are turned into soldiers and forced to commit atrocities. The boys must either adapt or be killed, but later must learn to live with the memories of what they have done. A bittersweet tale of redemption in the face of blind rage and fear that reminds us of how the boundaries of humanity can be strained and irreparably broken.
When pro-government snipers shot 53 peaceful protestors dead, hundreds of thousands of Yemeni citizens joined in a nationwide uprising. Through the lenses of two remarkably brave cameramen and the heartbreaking accounts of two fathers whose children were among the victims, this often shocking, always riveting documentary tells the story beyond statistics and news reports, and brings to life the tragic events as they unfolded. [subtitles]