This powerful two-hour documentary explores the aftermath of apartheid in South Africa by reporting on the country's Truth and Reconciliation Commission. As South Africans sought to heal the wounds of a divided society by bringing their confessions before a tribunal, Moyers conducted exquisitely insightful interviews with many of the witnesses. Few broadcast journalists have focused on the story of apartheid as effectively and for as long as Bill Moyers. This program combines stories of individual passion and suffering with relevant chapters in South Africa's history. It is a remarkably ambitious approach to one of the most important stories of the century's end.