P.O.V. is an independent film series for PBS. The show began airing in 1988 and mainly shows American stories through the eyes of documentary filmmakers, writers, historians, and others who film conversations about themes and topics relevant to P.O.V.'s non-fiction premise.
The show takes a look at human trafficking in Cambodia through the eyes of a former slave.
Ride shotgun with Matt VanDyke, who films his self-transformation from a timid 26-year-old to a motorcycle-driving rebel, fighting in the Libyan revolution. Two-time Oscar nominee Marshall Curry tells his amazing story.