The “Body Team 12” was a framework of the Liberian Red Cross that worked energetically in Liberia to evacuate assemblages of dead Ebola casualties to transport them to be cremated amid the plague which desolated West Africa in 2014. This short narrative was described by the one lady and mother in the team who overcame the risks of this risky, yet basic, work. Somebody needed to do it…taking sanitization safeguards and battling with the survivors who opposed their taking without end the bodies. Implicit were the conspicuous perils to the undetectable camera group that shot the film, which added to the promptness of the film. Likewise, thankfully, the film never harped on the casualties, regarding their security in death. For every one of the abhorrence’s delineated on and off screen, the film held a passionate store.