After taking three homeless students off the streets of LA and into her care, a young music teacher must overcome her reckless tendencies when she is evicted, and forced to survive. Flora Simmons, a young musician, escapes a haunting past. Her life scars are not evidence of Imperfection; they are evidence of healing. She's been living in Los Angeles for a year. She can barely pay rent, barely keep a job, or any sustainable relationship. She is nowhere near making her music dreams come alive. We meet Flora at her lowest point. Despite the troubles she faces, she remains youthful. Perhaps, even a bit too much at times. She reluctantly takes a job as a guitar teacher through a foster center. Flora meets Shard, Chris and Jamal, three rambunctious foster teens who remind her so much of herself. As much trouble as they give her, Flora can't help but connect with them. Flora is happy for the first time and realizes they need her as much as she needs them. With the economic situation, this ...