Otis Johnson went to jail at the age of 25. When he got out at 69, he rejoined a world that was starkly different from the one he remembered. This is his story.

Envision a gentleman who has been in prison for a long time and all of a sudden one day, he is without set amidst Times Square in New York.

Maybe, it’s hard for us, ‘the free’, to think about a circumstance like this.

Along these lines, quit envisioning. Meet Otis Johnson, an American who was detained at 25 years old for endeavored homicide of a cop. Presently, Johnson is 69 and he is completely irritated by the things circumventing him.

He can’t comprehend individuals conversing with themselves with wires in their ears. Truth be told, amidst a road in New York, Johnson is imagining that each individual with wires (read earphones) in his ears is a CIA specialists on the grounds that as indicated by him, “just CIA folks used to have wires in their ears when he was youthful and free (he’s discussing 60s, 70s).”

In this whirling uproar of “insane stuff” around him, Johnson is feeling the loss of his family and his two nieces, with whom he lost all contact in 1998. In any case, in the meantime, he’s not a gentleman who’ll live in past.

As Johnson says “I make an effort not to do a reversal. I attempt to go ahead.”