A Hmong rebel begs for help from the outside world with a child in his arms. On the run in the jungle for over 35 years after the American pull out in the region, they have been left to suffer on their own for having sided with the Americans during the Vietnam War.
“They are hunting us like animals. When they kill one of us the Lao communist government and troops are satisfied that they've killed one of America's soldiers. Animals around the world are being protected so they can survive. Why aren't we? We are human beings, why does the world tend a deaf ear and blind eye on us?” – Cha Her, veteran of the CIA's secret war in Laos.