Better This World plays like a slick thriller with a shocking twist in its tale.
Boyhood friends David McKay and Bradley Crowder's interest in the world of activism leads them to charismatic militant Brandon Darby. Six months later, the 'Texas Two' are facing terrorism charges for planning to petrol bomb a Republican rally - but the boys claim FBI entrapment in a case that goes to the heart of the 'war on terror' and its impact on civil liberties and political dissent in the United States.
Followed by a discussion with celebrated British filmmaker Brian Hill director of the recent documentary 'Confessions Of An Undercover Cop' a recent film on the controversial embedded policeman Mark Kennedy.
Accompanied by the award-winning short documentary Small Protests (Zillah Bowes / UK / 2010 / 12') a portrait of 19-year-old Rabbit who decides to change the world one protest at a time.