This 2013 documentary, detailing the cultural and ecological devastation inflicted on exotic and once-secluded locales by affluent Western tourists, was supposedly more than a decade in the making, but with its shoddy production values and unintelligible structure, it might as easily have been slapped together in a single afternoon. Director Pegi Vail, an anthropologist by profession, makes some provocative arguments but advances them through emotional cajolery more than hard evidence; drunken revelers desecrate a Thai beach and all-terrain vehicles ruin Bolivia’s salt vistas, but the discourse here is so bland and obvious it’s insulting.