Geoffrey Moore, the son of Sir Roger Moore KBE, has written and recorded a song for charity. His aim is to raise as much funds as possible and donate all proceeds to UNICEF. Geoffrey wants celebrities to take part in a video and mime the song, but he also needs to make a documentary, for it to be eligible for 'The Best Original Song'. The focus of the movie is on exploring what it takes to win an award. By making it, Geoffrey will generate as much publicity as possible for the song -- which should help to maximize profits for the charity. Helping Geoffrey achieve his mission is his 18-year-old daughter Ambra. Will they succeed in getting anywhere with celebrities, or is their director going to need to shoot a lot of abstract footage to fill in the holes?