Fracking in the US has become a big issue since the controversial method of extracting shale gas and oil from underground is widespread.
But a native American community in New Brunswick in Canada don't want their rivers to be polluted by environmentally damaging drilling practices. Clashes with the police and peaceful protest, the people are determined to protect their land and livelihoods.
The documentary tries to give an objective account by including voices - both for and against fracking. The film is not only about the environmental impact of fracking but even more so about the mistreatment of a marginalised native culture.