At seven, Brandon was a skateboard prodigy. By the time he was 14, he was living the dream: Discovered by skate legends Bucky Lasek and Tony Hawk. Touring the U.S. with the elite Powell-Peralta team. Signing autographs and appearing in films and magazines. Then he got hooked on heroin. He stole from his family and friends. He pushed the fantasy that everything was okay, that he was going to rehab, getting help and getting better. But it was all a lie. This is the story of an addict a dreamseller who stopped believing the lies he was selling and started believing in himself.