We came. We saw.
We littered.
On each of mankind's six historic moon landings, dozens of objects were left behind-- indelible imprints that outlasted Neil Armstrong's famous first footprint (which was likely obliterated during the lander's return liftoff).

Experimental documentary filmmaker Arlen Parsa's brief irreverent ode to lunar litter, ranging from the mundane to the bizarre, is a reminder that evidence of mankind's existence will likely still be around even after we're gone.