In 1974, Gerry Conlon was a victim of one of the worst judicial crimes in UK history. Aged 20, he and three others were sentenced to life in prison for an IRA bombing. The "Guildford Four" had to wait until 1989 to be exonerated. Conlon became a world-famous human rights activist. Director Lorenzo Moscia met Gerry two months before his death, recording this testament to a remarkable life.