In war-torn Rwanda, Alex is captured in an iconic photograph, then adopted by the man behind the lens. Years later, an old secret threatens to rip father and daughter apart. This frightening thriller explores modern morals and questions the role of journalism and our responsibility towards to the developing world....
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From BBC Radio 3 - Drama on 3:Captured in an iconic award-winning shot, Alex was rescued from Rwanda and adopted by the man behind the lens. Back from university and returning to the family home, the relationship between father and daughter cracks and then shatters as a long-hidden secret is slowly exposed. Based on the Royal Court Theatre production, this is a powerful and moving drama of modern morality.