FILM I: WORLD OF DIRT Scientists have calculated that if the growth of environmental pollution continues at the same pace, by the time the human race is ready to leave the Earth, huge amounts of garbage and debris will block the way leading to space. Microbiologists are racking their brains over creating new bacteria and microorganisms capable of decomposing human waste, and the number of enthusiasts building waste-recycling plants is growing around the world. However, is there enough human effort to prevent the impending catastrophe? FILM II: WORLD OF PURITY While a man is searching answers how to save the Earth, the planet has already inserted the humankind waste inside its ecosystem, outrunning the human mind in bioengineering. Scientists are trying to create a Cynthia bacterium that would absorb the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico or to create a new kind of bacteria and fungi capable of consuming plastic, while ocean microorganisms have started working before us and forests give birth to a new species of the ordinary wax moth that has become an expert in polyethylene recycling. Are we harming the planet, leaving our waste, or are we harming ourselves only? Should a man take over the imperious function of the ecosystem controller or remain an obedient servant of the planet, helping it to purify itself?