This film is about the people who live around Mayon, the most active and most destructive volcano in The Philippines. The documentary presents how communities live next to a source of constant danger. Locals talk about their experiences during and after deadly volcanic disasters such as lahars, pyroclastic flows and eruptions. The documentary also presents some of the strategies for dealing with the evacuation dilemma. The film contains interviews with local residents, officials, and scientists, as well as an animated recreation of the tragic legend of Princess Magayon who is believed to be buried under the volcano. Produced by the Earth Observatory of Singapore in association with PHIVOLCS, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.