Ariel arrives in Philadelphia expecting to find the City of Brotherly Love. She discovers a harsh urban landscape where poverty, crime and the extent of human indifference is overwhelming. When a thief steals her secret pass card, Ariel loses access she needs to get home. The stranger realizes that his brief encounter with Ariel has thrown a disturbing light on the depths of his heart.
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