Members of the rock band Anakin Project have their own jobs as a cultural activist, a carpenter, and a barista. Yet, they share interest and passion in the community-level activism on peace and ecology. The members will interview people behind the scenes of Christiania’s summer music festival, observe and talk with people who came to take part in the festival, and learn about the community’s administration, politics, economy, culture, art, etc. In South Korea, there is a growing awareness of problems in uncritical pursuit of capitalism and more people put ecology and peace as their central values. In this regard, leaving Christiania marks the film’s end, but this is a new chapter’s beginning for the members and their social activism at home.