'Bloody Hands' tackles political issues and homelessness within the UK. Two young girls, Maria and Becky, find themselves in the exact same place yet from completely different walks of life. Searching for food on the floor, stealing from the local pharmacy and watching the more fortunate walk by without a care they each share an eye-opening reality of what life is like for those on the streets. Maria has lived rough for the past ten years and finds both humour and comfort in teaching Becky the tricks of the trade. Becky is taken under Maria's wing and finds an uncertain trust in their friendship. Is the government lying when they say 'they are protecting the most vulnerable'?