The Karen are the oldest and largest indigenous tribe in Burma (Myanmar). They are being systematically exterminated, in a merciless campaign of ethnic cleansing by a brutal dictatorship intent on seizing their tribal lands. Over 500,000 Karen civilians have died during this conflict, and millions have been forced to flee across the river to Thailand. The recent 'elections' in Burma have only intensified government attacks, bringing a new flood of refugees into already overcrowded camps on the Thai border. Director Michael Jones traveled to Southeast Asia with Patrick Klein, founder of Vision Beyond Borders, a Christian relief ministry helping the Karen refugees. He shot this heartbreaking and inspirational story of faith in the midst of war and persecution.