This is a film of a two-part site-specific dance set in Grahamstown, South Africa. Part I, "Oscar's Journey," is a solo performance by Oscar Buthelezi, the first African choreographer to win the Kurt Jooss Price ("Road," 2016). This part combines spoken word and a performance at a cannon emplacement at British-built Fort Selwyn. Here, the introduction says, "the AmaXhosa resisted the settlers' army for 100 years." Music composition was by Andrew Mario Smith, and music compilation by Teboho Gilhert Letele. Part II, "Child's Play," features Lorin Sookool and Julia Wilson at the 1824 Old Gaol, where thousands of black South Africans were imprisoned. Music for this part was by Matt Vend, and the "post production wizard" for both parts was Greg Penetrante Venues for screening and broadcast included the New York African Film Festival/Brooklyn Academy of Music and the San Diego Central Public Library. It was "made possible by support from the Fulbright Program, Hugh Le May Fellowship, Rhodes University, [and] San Diego State University."