For 25 years, Joseph Kony and his infamous Lord’s Resistance Army terrorized Northern Uganda. Children were stolen from their families and brainwashed to be soldiers in his army. Young girls were additionally degraded by serving as sex slaves for Kony and his officers in the field. The gunfire has ceased, but one battle still remains — restoring dignity and a future to the children of Uganda. Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe leads a vocational school in Gulu, Uganda, where she uses practical skills to restore dignity, independence, and hope to formerly abducted women. She is an inspiration in the face of tyranny and desperation.
Derek Watson’s provocative film mixes first person narration, edgy animation and compelling stories of hope. Forest Whitaker narrates this compelling story of one woman’s fight to bring hope back to her troubled nation.
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