SYNOPSIS: On a cold night in Denver, Colorado, Stiff, a homeless former army medic wakes up to find a well dressed lady sitting on the bench across from him. Beatrice is a wealthy matron incoherently wandering around the 16th Street Mall after suffering a breakdown due to the loss of her husband. Rather than leave her to the wolves, Stiff makes it his mission to help her find her way home. First he has to enlist the help of Smokey, a grumpy drunk whose bench Beatrice has commandeered. Smokey is at first hostile but is eventually convinced to lend a helping hand.
A colorful group of street people go into action to help keep her safe and comfortable as they extract details to her identity. Ganja, a sometimes homeless teenager uses clues ranging from Addaline to Catalina Island, Beatrice’s life around the water, to search for her California family through Facebook. When Ganja contacts her children they are frantically looking for her and had no clue that she was in Colorado. Her family is thankful for the kind vigilance of the homeless team that has cared for her and helped them to bring her home.