| 1 h 34 min

This feature documentary follows the Chief Prosecutor through the first trials of the newly formed International Criminal Court. Luis Moreno-Ocampo investigates and prosecutes some of the world's worst criminals for some of the world's worst crimes. He's a hero to genocide survivors, but has bitter enemies on both the Right and the Left. Is the ICC a groundbreaking new weapon for global justice or just an idealistic dream?

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  • writer
    Barry Stevens
  • narrator
    Barry Stevens
  • director
    Barry Stevens
  • editor
    Manfred Becker
  • executive producer
    Peter Raymont
    Silva Basmajian
  • producer
    Julia Bennett
    Peter Raymont
    Lea Marin
  • director of photography
    Brian Kelly
    Mark Ellam
  • sound
    Bruce Cameron
    Peter Sawade
  • music
    Aaron Davis
    John Lang
  • story editor
    Julia Bennett
  • research
    Diana Dicklich
  • archival materials - research
    Erin Chisholm
  • archival materials - clearance
    Erin Chisholm
  • sound supervisor
    Russell Walker
  • re-recording mixer
    Dustin Harris
    Stephen Traub
  • sound effects editor
    Steve Blair
  • foley
    Jakob Thiesen

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