Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil with over 20 million inhabitants and offers, at least on paper, better job opportunities than any other city in the country. For this reason it attracts many people who come in search of a better future. For those few who manage to achieve a respectable position in society, there are many others who remain isolated, lost and overwhelmed by disappointment, they get up to lose themselves in spirits and drugs, break up with their families and become homeless. Often sport helps them to regain self-confidence and it is often a 'therapy' to fight strong social disorders. Underneath some viaducts of the city one lives simultaneously this duality in an absurd contrast between the drama of drugs and spirits and the desire to start over again through boxing, biking, football and other sports activities. Some do not make it, some are trying, some succeeded.