The documentary tells the stories of two climate activists who fear for the future of the planet. Eighty-year-old Sue Parfitt from Britain joins hands with other environmental activists to protest against oil shipments, and her actions land her in court. Meanwhile, in Germany, the “Last Generation” movement, led by 20-year-old Carla Rochel, blocks ports, airports and highways to compel the German government to act fast on more climate protection measures. They stick themselves to roads using superglue, even as the threat of jail looms over their heads. The two women show that alarm over climate change is something that transcends generations.
Despite the growing scientific evidence of the devastating impact of climate change, countries have been slow to take action. But these two climate activists prove that there’s still hope. Their unwavering commitment to the cause provides a glimmer of hope in an otherwise bleak scenario. The documentary serves as a wake-up call for governments and citizens alike– every individual has a responsibility towards the environment and must take action to preserve the planet for future generations.