"There's something about the South. This Faulkneresque South... It's unlike anywhere else." Murray Riss, a transplant from New York, moved to Memphis in 1968 to head up the new photography department at the Memphis Academy of Arts. When his exhibit of contemporary photography sparks a city-wide controversy and kidnapping scandal, he takes it all in stride. After all, he was a radical of the sixties, and Memphis was - well, you know what Memphis was like in the sixties. Featuring a cameo by Walter Cronkite, hand-drawn animation narrated by the kidnapping victim himself, and a killer soundtrack by native Memphians, this story begs the question: what on earth was such a big deal about those nude photos?