Synopsis: In 1996, the South African government established the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate abuses of human rights under apartheid. These hearings would serve as a forum for those accused of murder and torture to be confronted by their victims and, by admitting their guilt, be granted amnesty under Ubuntu, the native custom of forgiveness. Covering the sessions are Langston Whitfield and Anna Malan, two journalists who, through their reporting, inspire both the world and themselves with these extraordinary stories about courage, compassion and the redeeming power of love.
-Audio Commentary by Director John Boorman
-Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary
-Interviews with Juliette Binoche, Director John Boorman, Screenwriter Ann Peacock, Producers Robert Chartoff, Mike Medavoy and Lynn Hendee