Among the tens of thousands of people who come to Delhi in their search for a better life are young runaway boys. This film follows the lives they make for themselves on the streets of India’s capital. Many have to forage among the scraps and piles of refuse to find something that they can sell to survive. They have no family, no education, no prospects – but they do have each other. And they have the Butterflies Bank, an enterprise run by children which allows them to save some of what they earn. Money kept here can’t be stolen from them by bigger kids, or even exploitative adults. It aims to help children to help themselves, to feel that they’re not alone in the city, that there’s someone on their side.