In the midst of a bleak Oregon winter, the rain hammers down on the lone Jeep. A solitary man shelters inside, forced to fight for survival on the very fringes of society.
The man in the Jeep is a homeless veteran stricken by depression and post-traumatic stress. He struggles to find the motivation to keep going, consumed by a sense of hopelessness and despair.
Stephen Simmons, from Bluefield, West Virginia, signed up with the United States Army in 1986. More than two decades later, he came back home from his final tour in Iraq.