Jeremy Irons takes us on a journey through our waste, as he investigates it’s impact on our world. This is a moving documentary that will hopefully encourage a greater awareness of our trash and what it does to people and wildlife around the planet. There are indeed deeply saddening examples of those afflicted, as viewers bare witness to a small dose of the tremendous burden being carried by nature and the world’s poor. The documentary is effective in highlighting the glaring deficiency in the current status quo with regards our waste and the immense opportunity for it to be improved. Despite such focus however, it is not a wholly depressing film, in that there are presented alternatives to how we address waste, as well as hope that we can learn from our mistakes. It is a profound and impassioned film certainly worth your time and attention.