Abu Ahmed never thought his life could get any worse. But when he reached Beirut, it did. After escaping war-torn Syria, with no means to pay for food and shelter for his family, he resorted to extreme by selling one of his kidneys. With the few thousands dollars he was promised he hoped to buy a small house in a slum and provide for his family. So did Abdullah in exchange for a free passage to Europe. He is recovering from his kidney surgery in unhygienic conditions in the meantime. But things didn’t go as planned. Both have been duped by remorseless and unscrupulous organ brokers who cheated on them. One of the major challenge in the production process was to secure an interview with a human organ broker. We finally managed to meet him at the middle of the night, in a neighbourhood where crime and poverty prevail. We also had to convince a first hand witness to speak to us and to guarantee him his identity will never be disclosed. Despite a heavy sacrifice, many Syrians refugees are duped and face serious health consequences for the rest of their life. This documentary exposes the illegal organ trafficking and how vulnerable people fall prey to unscrupulous criminals.