As American protests against the Vietnam conflict metastasized in 1971, activists from Camden, New Jersey, planned to do their part by breaking into the local draft board office and destroying records necessary to proceed with the draft. Infiltratedand prosecuted before executing the plot, the 28, the majority of whom were members of the "Catholic Left," became part of the controversial war's forgotten history. Their story is told in this vibrant documentary. 83 min. Soundtrack: English; biography; bonus footage; interviews; more.