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Marvin Fields is caught up with challenges and obstacles. On the verge of losing his family, he has to step up and face his adversaries. Marvin tries different avenues to help eliminate these difficulties, but his efforts are futile. Now, he decides to take desperate measures in saving his family and finances. When hell breaks loose and nothing seems to work, a true character is revealed through Marvin. Later on, Marvin discovers martial arts through his best friend Frank Biggs. This martial art will help Marvin find himself again and give him a sense of purpose. As he continues to search deeper his new found art, his troubles aren't stagnant. Marvin still has to wake up and face the demons of his life. Marvin has got to get his life out of this never diminishing cage and find freedom. In the meantime, Claire Fields (Marvin's wife) is fed up and tired of supporting the family. Marvin's cage seems invisible to Claire, and this continues to trigger his frustration. In the end, true love and friendship will be revealed and seem to help break down the barriers around this mysterious cage.