War reporting is as profession as dependency. It seems that most photographers and journalists are addicted to adrenaline and struggle to be normal in life. Although it is a powerful tool to make the best shots and document the victims of war, there is often a negative impact on mental health and personal relationships. On Good Day, director Harold Monfils talks about the extraordinary story of the award-winning conflict photographer Jason P. Howe.
In a 12 year period, Jason P. Howe worked at the forefront of four different wars. In Colombia, she fell for a woman who appeared to be a killer.