The film traces the history of former members of uMkhonto weSizwe (MK for short), the military wing of the ANC founded by Nelson Mandela, the father of the South Africa nation. The Western international history of this man tends to conceal the fact the was sentenced to life in prison for founding and leading MK. Also, before he became a wise old pacifist, he was a revolutionary at the head of a guerrilla army.
Osvalde Lewat is a multi-award-winning writer, photographer and documentary director whose work focus primarily on social and political issues. Osvalde Lewat is a graduate of Sciences-Po Paris and has completed training courses in image at Femis in Paris and at the National Institute of Image and Sound (INIS) in Montreal. Broadcast by more than seventy TV channels around the world, her films have travelled the five continents and received several international awards.