The value of life is often taken for granted. This isn't some speech about what is or isn't life, it's just a summation of the idea that this movie portrays. Most people value their life based on their job or status in life, others do it based on their family and/or friends. In the mix of all of this are the few that base their own value on what they bring to life instead of what life brings to them. This is the story of one of these people. An accomplished woman finds herself down on her luck. She lives in her van and moves from place to place with everything she needs inside of it. One day whilst driving, she experiences a tragedy that will reshapes her view on life. She continues on her day to day journeys, driving from place to place. Soon she comes across a community in London that she finds to be more than suitable. Upon her arrival, she's quickly seen as almost less than human. An eccentric homeless woman that the locals donate to in an attempt to help themselves but in doing so taking no real interest in her. That is until she comes across a certain young man, an author. This young man monologues about his life in a local stage performance. He's careful to not include the lady in his neighborhood but he can't help but be moved by her. Over the years the kindness that he extends to her helps to shape both of their lives. He confides in himself about his deepest thoughts and ideas while pondering what to do. Ultimately this is about much more than it appears. Come experience it for yourself!