Composed of a series of family photographs and military archival footage, Hockenhull traces his father's participation in the assault of Dresden as a navigator in the Royal Canadian Air Force (a bombing that his father would subsequently describe as a "war crime") and in the process, creates a powerful and relevant statement on the government's role (and complicity) as a "weapon of mass destruction" in its pervasive and expedient manipulation of information.

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