The cheetah population has been reduced by nearly 90% over the course of the past century. Only 10,000 cheetahs remain, with approximately half residing in Namibia. Though the Namibian government places great importance on environmentalism, being the only country in the world addressing conservation laws in the constitution, cheetahs continue to be threatened amongst man.
Deemed as a “human-wildlife conflict” by the Cheetah Conservation Fund, farmers continue to indiscriminately shoot and kill thousands of cheetahs in order to protect their livestock. Seeing through the eyes of conservationist fighting hard to save a dying species and the farmers who are just trying to survive, it becomes harder to find the line between right and wrong.
This currently in production documentary seeks to explore this collision between man's duty to preserve the natural world and the obstacles it can often create in the pursuit of our own survival.