David Mugisha, a popular athlete, faces ruin after an accident leaves him crippled for life. With the help of his foster sister, he battles with the demons of his past. Having surrounded himself with superficial friends and put his entire future plans in athletics, he is left alone and without money. He is soon employed as a journalist by a prominent newspaper to cover a nationwide competition and with the help of his ex-coach, Christopher, he uncovers a corruption scandal involving three wealthy and well respected men. One of those men is partly responsible for his irreversible spinal injury. He spends a massive amount of his time looking at the world through an overly critical eye and stubbornly refuses to come out of his pit of gloom. He constantly tries to reconnect with his past to see if he can come to terms with his tragedy. His attempt to expose the corruption scandal gives him the feeling that his life may not have ended in total ruin. After he fails to bring the culprits to justice he is tempted to slip back into his depression. A few unlikely people help him finally grasp the meaning of moving on.
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