Returning to the never changing landscapes of Los Angeles after the unexpected death of her estranged brilliant father, SAM (DIANE MARSHALL-GREEN), a young filmmaker, finds that life has moved on without her. Lonely and grieving, without inspiration or direction, Sam continues on a downward spiral that she feels powerless to combat.
However, Sam is not just another starving artist. Her father was World-renowned painter, Frank Trassler (SCOTT GORDON PATTERSON) and she grew up in the competitive and elite New York art scene. Hoping for a change and desperate to step out of her father’s shadow Sam turns her camera lens on the exhilarating yet dangerous world of young homelessness in Downtown LA. When Sam meets P.K., (Chad michael murray) a rugged, sexy, street-dweller who lives off the grid with his band of lost boys, she feels compelled to step in and help, despite the reservations and jealousy of her friends JOSH (michael Mosley) and ARIEL (alexandra Brekenridge).
P.K. becomes the dark star of her film and her life as she is charmed by his wit and intelligence. She welcomes him into her home and ultimately into her bed. But when the truth about him is revealed, SAM learns just how dangerous it can be to take care of others when you are not taking care of yourself.