May 6, 2020
Daniel Fisher is a world-famous photojournalist who has traveled the world covering violent conflicts in remote regions. As he prepares a photo exhibit in Australia, he meets Sebastian Ahmed, a war refugee from Sudan. The two become friends. But when Ahmed sees that one of Fisher's photos shows death and brutality from his native African village, he asks the photographer to exclude them. What follows is a gut-wrenching debate over the value of displaying stark images of dead bodies for the sake of letting the rest of the world know about horrific happening beyond our normal lives.