Jeremy Gilley was an actor before he founded Peace One Day. He had become disillusioned with his work but he understood the potential of film to positively affect people and create change. So when he set out on his near-impossible mission in 1999, he took a film camera with him every step of the way. Ten years on, this is his story - the story of Peace One Day.

The next objective with the film is to screen it in all 192 member states of the United Nations and beyond on September 21.

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