An Emmy-nominated feature-length documentary directed, shot and edited by Eric Daniel Metzgar. 

The film tracks Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times as he documents the crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo. 

The film premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. It was broadcast on HBO in 2010.

Executive Produced by Ben Affleck. Produced by Mikaela Beardsley and Steven Cantor. A Stick Figure Production.

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 "Eric Daniel Metzgar confirms his status as the most unique and talented young documentarian in America with his latest and best film. The result is as beautiful and unsettling as it is philosophically rigorous."  PORTLAND PHOENIX

 "This sophisticated, analytical, and lyrically heartbreaking account should become required viewing for anyone who cares about the future of ideas."  GEOFF GILMORE, SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

"Intelligent, moving...a vivid characterization of an impassioned journalist."  VARIETY