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China has begun to invest in recycling, renewable energy and other environmental reforms in an effort to combat climate change. Filmmaker Mika Koskinen begins exploring how China's green policies could set an example for the rest of the world. But the project takes a surprising turn when Koskinen uncovers links between the Chinese government and a global forestry corporation. Barred from approaching the paper plantations and interviewing locals to find out what is really going on, the filmmaker is isolated at the Red Forest Hotel, and finds himself embroiled in a Kafkaesque political thriller.