With the country in economic crisis, long-time Zimbabwean President Robert
Mugabe is ousted in a 2017 coup by then-Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
Prior to the ensuing and bitter election, 40-year-old lawyer Nelson Chamisa
steps in as opposition leader. There are death threats against the
charismatic but relatively inexperienced Chamisa, and he's forced into
hiding. Election foul play is suspected, results are delayed and activists
hit the streets. Nielsson's documentary won a Sundance Special Jury Award
for Verité Filmmaking