Finbow set up the Children's Film Unit in 1981 in order to encourage youngsters to participate in all aspects of film-making, and it looks to be paying off. This, the unit's third film, is centered around a group of children who are living in a post-nuclear world, unaware of the civilisation before them. Only two Most Elders remain, the rest were either too young or not yet born at the time of the holocaust. And now the time has come for a new leader to be elected. Apart from a rather slow start, the film encompasses some excellent acting, a great music score, and a haunting underlying moral.