A story of truth and reconciliation in post-Apartheid South Africa.
At the age of 18, Afrikaner Paul Erasmus went into the police force.
Roger Lucey wrote protest songs and went to political meetings with his university friends.
Paul systematically wrecked Roger's musical career, bugging his house, pressurising WEA records to drop him and personally seizing his records from stores.
In 1995, he asked to meet Lucey in person and confessed all.
They now consider themselves friends.