This self-narrated compilation of scenes from the documentary work of cinematographer Kirsten Johnson (Citizenfour, The Invisible War) serves as a sort of socially conscious journal of her world view. She’s been everywhere there’s strife: Yemen, Guantanamo Bay, Darfur, Uganda, Afghanistan, the former killing fields of the Bosnian civil war, and the neglected corners of Flyover Land, USA. It’s the diary of a caring eye, an open letter from a person behind the camera who refuses to let go of the things she has seen, in the name of what we can only call compassionate awareness. Recommended (102 min.).