Point and Shoot, a 2014 biographical war documentary about Matthew Vandyke, a 26-year-old man who decided to set out on an extraordinary 35,000-mile motorbike journey across South Africa and the Middle East.
The plan was to develop his sense of manhood and enjoy an adventure but his mission went much further than that when he struck up an unlikely friendship with a Liybian hippie. Just after becoming friends the revolution against the Gaffafi regime broke out. Rather than flee, Matthew decided to stay and fight Muammar Gaddafi armed with a gun and a hand-held camera, hence the title of the documentary "Point and Shoot".
He documented the Libyan war until being captured by the Gaddafi forces when he was sent to six months in solitary confinement.