Our documentary focuses on the lives of street performers on the T (Subway Line) in Cambridge, MA. It concentrates on the life of one man, Boris Popovich, who plays flute starting at 5 in the morning, at the Harvard T station. We chose to follow his story because it was interesting and we felt like he had a longer story that we could explore more deeply after initially interviewing him in Harvard Station. We also talked to many other street performers such as Peter the Russian Guitar Man, John Egizi, a well known trombonist at Berklee College of Music, and various other musicians. We also spoke with Julie Barry, the Public Arts Director in the city of Cambridge, for a more professional opinion on street performers and the process of getting a permit. The goal of our movie was to show poeple that street performers are not beggars, but passionate musicians who love their instruments and who dream to perform for listening audiences. We wanted to give people a peak into the world that these musicians create, and help them appreciate the challenges and pleasures of being a street performer. We wanted to show them that these people are truly talented.