Bringing to light various social and environmental injustices, Tupungato: Empathy in Death, does so in an explosive and educational manner. Following Rafael Pease’s four-year obsession of bringing awareness to this threatened area, he goes on a pioneering human powered winter expedition to snowboard mountaineer the highest point, Volcan Tupungato. Evolving into a fight to create Tupungato National Park, which preserves over 100,000 hectares of mountains and glaciers right outside his home. He ends up discovering much more throughout the expedition and interviews with renowned scientists and activists. Unveiling a thick layer of corruption in the Chilean government and multinational corporations, while the country breaks out into historically large protests fighting for social and environmental rights.