California is a strong brand, state of new beginnings, dreams and film stars, from surfers and a wonderful climate.
However, the Golden State is bankrupt and the city of Los Angeles is running out of cash. Public services are declining and unemployment continues to rise. At the same time, optimism, entrepreneurial spirit and belief in the power of the United States are stronger than ever.
In Los Angeles, we find five people who are going through a transformation in their lives during the crisis. Justin and Christine lost their jobs and are now living in a van with her two young children.
Carlos has been released from jail after fourteen years. Mizuko prepares its children for the future, making them comfortable in virtual reality.
Laura has taken advantage of the crisis by buying cheap land and start an urban farm and art collective Fallen Fruit maps available public open abundant fruit in the city.
Who are the pioneers who are reinventing the new United States and how he sees the future?
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