A documentary shot by a British team who wanted to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals (not just against them, but the people who helped them). Most of the white South Africans they encountered were persuaded that they were simply making home movies. Consequently, and illegally, they went where camera teams had never penetrated: into the heart of the Bantustan (the tiny waste area designated for black development), the various ghettos, even into the vast houses of the white farmers. The film continually juxtaposes the two communities of South Africa to ghastly effect, and the cold statistics of its commentary are unbearable. Everyone knows that conditions in South Africa are bad. This film presents proof that they are genocidal.