It's rare to have the whole world unite in grief for one person, but that is exactly the reaction Nelson Mandela's death triggered in December. He left an incomparable legacy behind him, and inspired generations. This documentary made back in 2010, looks at how Mandela went from being considered a terrorist in his homeland, to saving Africa from Civil War and dismantling apartheid. It features contributions from those who witnessed Mandela's journey, including FW de Klerk, Desmond Tutu, Zindzi Mandela as well as Clint Eastwood - who directed the movie 'Invictus' - which was based on the actions of Mandela in his first term as South African President.