According to USA Today "The film starts off with survivors and victims' families recounting the horrific events that happened on the night of June 17, 2015, when a white supremacist walked into the historically black place of worship, opened fire and took nine black lives.
Only 48 hours after having lost mothers, sisters, sons, husbands and wives, their loved ones appeared in court for Roof's bond hearing, and what transpired was something no one could have anticipated.
It was the first time any of them would come face to face with the perpetrator of the hate crime as the judge presiding over Roof's bond hearing invited them to make a statement should they wish."
They spoke of forgiveness which is more powerful then hate. It is compelling and life altering to watch them tell their stories.