The average human can use 14,400 plastic bottles over the course of an eighty-year lifetime. Much of this waste ends up in the world's oceans, where it is a severe threat to fish and birds. On the island of Bocas Del Toro in Panama, Robert Bezeau is hoping to reduce discarded plastic bottles by using them in the construction of a village. Robert has collected over 1 million bottles, and a two-story home can use as many as 15,000 of them as insulation. MEL Films talks with Robert about his vision and follows a couple about to move into their first plastic bottle home.