Drugs, after all, is the buzzword and anything related to it is guaranteed to resonate with the spirit of the times. Despite its overall lack of focus, this QCinema entry was able to touch on a myriad of societal ills while keeping its audience entertained, making it worthwhile. Mikey was unceremoniously arrested in a police buy-bust operation while he was enjoying a drug-fueled birthday bash in an upscale club. Pleading not guilty to charges and challenging the mode of his arrest, he endures time in a city jail where daly distress shape him into an enlightened human being. His harrowing time in prison is punctuated by occasional bursts of hilarity or absurdity thanks to the colorful characters that populate his new claustrophobic world. He first befriends Marby Aaron Rivera , a reserved gay man who was also an ex-partee boy, who helps him get used to the daily discomforts of prison life, the endless brawls, and the tiny world politics.