Oscar and BAFTA winning Director Dysinger spent 15 years in and out of Afghanistan capturing stories of America’s longest war. "Camp Victory" revealed the complex relationship between the Afghan Army and American troops sent to train them. An investigation into the shooting of a young boy in Kabul triggered the making of "One Bullet", an intimate exploration of one civilian casualty. What begins as procedural turns into something more intimate as Dysinger and the boy's mother become friends, despite everything that should divide them. But then come the Taliban. This is a war story unlike any other.