Indian hair extensions are extremely popular, not only in the African American community, but worldwide. They look great and can be washed, curled and straightened like your own hair. Have you ever wondered where that hair comes from? What does a hair factory look like? Who makes the most profit in this industry? Indian hair extensions are sometimes referred to as “temple hair”, because a great deal of it comes from donors who offer their hair to the gods as part of a ritual. Many Indians who tonsure (shave) their heads are unaware that their sacrifice fuels a multi-billion dollar hair industry. This documentary chronicles the journey of Indian hair, from donors to temples to factories to the heads of those who purchase it. How do you feel about the sale and use of “temple hair”?