After his 1968 funeral mass in New York City, Robert F. Kennedy was transported by rail to Washington, and untold thousands of mourners lined the route to pay their last respects. Photographer Paul Fusco captured their images over the course of that day, and this documentary catches up with dozens of those individuals. Their memories, combined with archival footage and the text of Bobby's speeches, make testament to his indelible impact. 40 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.