Colombia has experienced over 50 years of civil war between the government, FARC and the Luther guerilla movements. Much of this warfare activity has been funded by money made from drug production, which has redefined everything from agricultural activity, to the role of the military, to public safety at large.

In this short documentary we meet Peter Johnson, a 42 year old Nigerian who came to Colombia in his early twenties in search of a better life. As the years passed Peter ended up as an example of the chaos of Colombia's drug fueled realities, spending time in jail and developing a drug addiction.

This film draws you into the life of a street guy in Bogota living and getting by in some of the city's most hardcore areas. Every day is a struggle, every day is another meeting with Bogota's dark and drug fueled economy.