Anna was a pioneer in the fields of drama and drama therapy. She developed conflict resolution techniques at her theatre in London during the 70s, 80s and 90s and she was hugely successful. Her work helped children to overcome their difficulties and turned local kids into household names. As her reputation grew she transported her method to trouble spots around the world: Northern Ireland, the West Bank, Bosnia, Soweto, Rwanda, working with children on both sides of these conflicts. Then in 2000 she became ill with an illness that lasted for two year. When she was released from hospital, I started filming and together we discovered how the tables had turned against her.