This documentary film follows the story of my grandmother, a former nuclear worker at both Rocky Flats and Hanford, in her experience with beryllium exposure. 40 years after working in a facility where Be+ was used, though she never worked with it directly, she learns via letter that due to a ventilation glitch she and all of her coworkers were exposed. Beryllium exposure can lead to a chronic debillitating lung disease that few doctors know how to treat. The process of seeking treatment and compensation through federal programs is labyrinthine at best. The injustice is blatant, exposure limit standards grotesquely insufficient, and people suffer from this problem to this day.