When I taught college level photography, this film,and the other classic of it's type, Under Fire, were shown as part of my curricula. This film asks a very simple question of all those who report the news and create visual documents of the world before them. The question is, is it morally acceptable to stand by and do nothing in the face of great evil just to get the shot or the story. You will know which is right by the time you have sat through this film. The choice is clear. This film will affect you every time you turn on the news or watch a documentary on a PBS station. You will find yourself more angry, more frustrated. more likely to ask yourself, "Can I stay on the sidelines as an distant, dispassionate observor?" I think you will find the same answer I did, as my students did, as many in the world are doing now. What is that answer? Only you know what lies deep in your heart and your concience. Only you can make those feelings a reality by acting on them. Do it, now, before you are the next innocent victim seen on a newsreel being beaten, gassed, hosed and shot by those who hold the reigns of power.