The global financial crisis is widely discussed in the cold office towers of corporate America, but its most hurtful impact is on the residential buildings that have been hit by a wave of foreclosures. Over 500 thousands Californians have lost their houses. In San Francisco alone more than 15,000 people are homeless and there’s been a 60% increase of the requests for shelter, now counting at 12,000 per year. This documentary tells the daily struggles of some exemplary individuals who have lost everything, yet manage to survive.