What does justice look like in a world where the structure of our economy exploits the poor? How can we keep people accountable who do not seem to recognize the ways in which they are unjust? And how in the midst of this injustice can we express our emotions and frustrations, set ourselves free and once again smile with joy? This film illustrates how in our often greedy world sometimes simple life-saving beauty can be found in a gifted cardboard blanket, a snail shell, dancing bread loaves or the slurping of soup. Ainhoa is 9 years old and she has left home, bringing only her school bag and a Playmobil.