After being taken away from her parents by the state as a baby, singer-songwriter Jenni Alpert went searching for her birth father. With the help of a private investigator, she finally found him: Homeless, toothless, and ravaged from decades of prison and abuse. But the person she discovered is also a musician, just like her. After an early life in foster homes, Jenni finally landed with a loving family who owned a piano. She immediately began making music. Shy and confused, the piano gave her a voice when she didn’t yet have one. She ended up at UCLA on a full music scholarship. Throughout her 20s, she was a vagabond musician writing and performing from LA to Nashville and across Europe. Don was already an addict at 17, when he last held his infant daughter. He spent the rest of his life in prisons, in solitary confinement when he refused psychiatric meds, and on the street using any drugs he could get his hands on. Through it all, he played the guitar. Jenni hired a private investigator to help her determine if her birth father was still alive and where he might be. It turns out he was only about 20 miles away in Long Beach. When Jenni found him, he was sleeping outdoors in a dog run next to a crack house. She introduced herself to Don by her birth name, “Cameron.” The film begins with the two of them exploring a life of new possibilities. For Don, that means getting off the streets, off drugs and parole. For “Cami,” their days together bring musical inspiration, humor and a father’s love. Part music-documentary, part love story about two people adrift, Cami and Don may not always see life the same, but their music eventually brings them home to each other.