As helmed by Josh Baxter, this documentary relays the unique and harrowing story of Charles 'Sully' O'Sullivan, an ace fighter pilot shot down in the jungles of New Guinea during World War II. O'Sullivan drew on basic survival skills that enabled him to last for over 30 days in the wilderness. In the process, he encountered a vicious tribe of cannibals intent on eating him, but somehow managed to escape from their territory (evading his pursuers) and arrived at a friendly Australian outpost. From there, O'Sullivan returned to the U.S. in one piece. But decades later, questions lingered about the soldier's journey, particularly after the remnants of his plane turned up in New Guinea, and he found that his arrival in the tribe had grown into a local legend among the natives. He began to consider returning to the site of the crash, but grew concerned that the tribesmen might put his life in danger once again.