In Pakistan, the smallest of medical problems can be a matter of life and death. In a country of 200 million people, 73% lack access to even the most basic of clinical help. Even the minority who can access health care face financial ruin paying for treatment because of a system that is blocked by corruption and inequality. In this landmark documentary, Dr Sania Nishtar, Pakistan’s first female cardiologist, leads award-winning filmmaker Randall Wright on a journey through her native country. Through the stories of people she has helped, Dr Nishtar proves that reform is possible and that hope does exist.