Betty lives with her two children and family of eleven in a Colorado suburb. With a boyfriend, recently clean and a prison sentence hanging over his head, there is no silver lining to be seen for the young mother in the margins of American society. But there are dreams and a sense of community. Eva Marie Rødbro's film is a collage of snapshots from a life that cannot be contained within a classic narrative. The form reflects the situation and places Rødbro's first feature-length film in an intersection between art-photography and rough social realism. A life and film far from Hollywood.