In Canada, Sandra's kidneys are failing and her blood type is not compatible with her mother or daughter, ruling them out as donors. Sandra has been waiting for a new kidney for over 5 years and the disease has, at age 40, put her life on hold. Her mother, Christina, can’t bear the thought of losing her daughter and Sandra’s teenage daughter Kylie is putting on a brave face. Every 3 days a Canadian dies waiting for a new kidney; in the US it’s a person a day. Where do patients go to fill the gap? In a slum in India, a broker tells Hema she’ll get $2000, the equivalent of 3 year’s wages, if she sells her kidney. But she’s unaware that losing a kidney undermines her health and her ability to work. Two different people. Two journeys. With one end. To find a kidney, someone has to lose one…. The global trade in human organs is one of the most profitable and dangerous enterprises; a black market that equals the drug and human trafficking trade. Through converging stories, The Market looks at the global trade in human organs, one of the most profitable and dangerous enterprises, a market that equals the drug and human trafficking trade.