After months of negotiations an independent filmmaker (Daniël Cornelissen) gets permission to interview a prominent consultant working for Iridian Technologies (Nadia Amin). Founded in 1993 by the inventors of the first automated system of iris recognition, Iridian played a seminal role in the advance of biometric identification leading to its current omnipresence. Touching upon key events Iridian was involved in, the filmmaker tries to get a hold of the world view and politics of the corporation. To record the interview he brought two Time-of-Flight sensors, a type of camera often used in biometric systems, generating thirty depth mapped pixel clouds per second. A weightless eye scans their in coarse pixels represented faces, which contort more and more as the conversation slowly turns into an interrogation. A film about the end of faith in strangers.