A small Caritas charity group in a small provincial village. A scanty group of volunteers, at times aged well over seventy.
A group of men and women taking care of distributing free food and clothes.
Fifty square meters in a tiny structure next to a parish. It is here that every week men and women belonging to different ethnic groups and social ranks turn up, begging for food and clothes.
All the injustice of modern society flows in this tight space.