Filmmaker Dan Balluff documents the suffering endured by the most tragic victims of the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in this film following the plight of the children who, despite having survived the actual war, still face death or worse due to accusations of child witchcraft, torture and child prostitution. In a vast country deep in the heart of Africa, unimaginable human suffering is a simple fact of life. There, the child survivors of the war in the DRC live in poverty in the streets of Kinshasa. Accused of everything from witchcraft to prostitution, their suffering continues nearly unabated. Fortunately there is still hope for the Congolese people, because after the Nyiragongo volcano, a concerted effort was launched to reintegrate demobilized child soldiers, orphaned children, and displaced refugees. This is the story of a people who were nearly swallowed whole by man's darkest instincts, yet still hold out hope for a brighter future.