The documentary tells the story of Manneh, who left The Gambia in 2016 and works in Spain.
Manneh is currently an undocumented worker. Many undocummented workers like Manneh prop up the salad vegetable industry in Almeria. In fact they are said to make up around 30% of the workforce.
But Mannah says that receiving residency in Spain is almost impossible. The authorities would require proof of residence through rental agreements as well as written evidence that he has been in the country for three years. But Manneh and many other undocumented workers live in shanty towns, in shacks made of plastic, pallets and cardboard - meaning that they cannot provide this kind of paperwork.
The authorities would also require Manneh to show that he has a permanent contract with a farm in the region. But many employers will not provide this: some workers remain without a permanent contract for over a decade.
Instead, Manneh is forced to look for work by the side of the road each morning. He waits to be picked up by farm owners, who decide day-to-day who will be offered employment.
Mannah says that he does not understand why people who work in Spain cannot be given documentation and regular employment. “So many people working on the farms are good,” Mannah says. “They have lived here more than seven years, and they are here still suffering: no job, no work, no papers.”