The film is the first outcome of a research project on how to best communicate scientific results. Prithvi Naik, Alden Ackerman, Amanda Lebic and Simon Steffen want to investigate the knowledge and communication gaps which separate the scientific community and the general public. Therefore, at the Paris climate conference in December 2016, they have interviewed scientists, policy makers, media representatives, and members of the general public with regards to their understanding and perceptions of climate change. The 8-minute documentary addresses the issues of transparency and how the results of climate scientists can be clearly relayed to the general public. The goal of the project, which is supported by the Climate Science Student Council, is to determine the major roadblocks that prevent the general public from fully understanding the science presented by the experts.