On the streets of Kathmandu, eleven year old Sonu and his companions take the filmmaker into their disturbing world.
Their daily routine is a fight to survive, always on the prowl for food, drugs, charitable tourists and what they seek most, as small boys do - fun and adventure.
Surviving on wit and attitude they savagely protect their territory from intruders and proclaim that they never want to ever grow up.
Dismissed by the residents and considered a menace by the city, these children are the "Lonely Pack".
Screens with short film The Accordion
(Jafar Panahi, 9 mins, Iran, 2010), the story of two young buskers who play the accordion and the tablas to earn their keep.