The following is a basic overview of the film:
A homeless minister leads a community living in the woods who are demanding fair housing from a New Jersey town that filed a lawsuit to evict them. When the Judge rules in favor of the homeless, a temporary stay gives the visionary preacher time to present his ideas on a shelter that instills dignity and self-worth to the homeless as they try to put their lives back together.
Dynamics shift when police raid the wooded area known as Tent City and take the camp’s leader out in handcuffs. After posting bail, the minister claims harassment against the township, suggesting the false charges are in retaliation for his outspoken views against unfair housing in the town. New concepts in housing the homeless are explored in the film while learning that homeless people are very much like ourselves, maybe even too close to home for some.
The film is directed by Jack Ballo who has been filming the homeless camp saga for the past few years.