Haitian-born filmmaker Jonas Nosile travels back to his homeland to trace the country's heartrending history, from its fight for independence to its constant modern battle with abject poverty, for this eye-opening documentary. The film also chronicles the 2010 earthquake that further devastated the island nation, which accentuated the peoples' struggles, as scholars, pastors, voodoo priests, and Haitian citizens shed light on the land's plight. 43 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English and Creole; Subtitles: English; audio commentary; photo gallery; biographies; theatrical trailer. In English and Creole with English subtitles.