Underwater photographer Tony White is a very lucky man. He's lucky to be doing a creative job that takes him all around the world, and he's fortunate to be alive. Every year South Africa's East Coast comes alive as vast shoals of sardines draw in predators from sea and air. Tony was bitten by a copper shark whilst attempting to photograph this stunning natural phenomenon. Although he has recovered physically, the accident robbed him of the confidence he needed to continue his career. In this film we journey with him as he returns to the Sardine Run. Tony's aim is to heal his psychological wounds by getting back in the water - if he can. Will he be able to fulfill his wish to dive and to photograph the predators he loves, but that nearly cost him his life?