Meet Luis Molina, a young urban artist who is dealing with his addiction to cocaine and doing his best to survive in the real world, fighting with a constant feeling of inadequacy. His struggles are real, his world is falling apart while he is desperately trying to hold onto it. He is drawing his internal world, his fights, he is turning them into words that come out of his pen as he desperately needs to share the visions that are always on his troubled mind. Tschetan Santana did a great job when it comes to getting into the very essence of the character, so he could show through his great acting skills how does a trouble- minded man reach for salvation and what makes him peaceful after all his hard choices. Knowing that he has a choice and that he could turn his world into a better place before it gets too late is what the main character's mindset is all about. Michael Horse was also starring in this short drama, as Joseph, and Alan Tafoya as Hector.
Quite moving and in some way spiritual movie, it clearly represents what a true hope for better future means to a troubled person and how it leaves enough space even for a drug addict to fight with his own demons and the world around him. The movie was directed by Karen Criswell who also wrote a screenplay.