The year is 1971, a bunch of hippies on a rusty boat sail the Pacific Ocean toward the site of US nuclear bomb tests. Few would suspect that this very sober group of friends would give rise to a global movement named Greenpeace and would, with its leader Bob Hunter, create a new way of life based on ecological activism. The emphasis on rigorously recording and publishing their projects in the world media, in an era before the Internet, allowed them to provoke a mass response. Based on unique archival materials we follow not only their dangerous journeys to various parts of the world, but also their battles with their own egos. In addition to the desire to change the world, it is necessary for them to come to an agreement on the form of this change.