Upon the death of his father Jake revisits the world he walked out on. Upon returning he finds himself confronting all he has run away from and all that he has become. His return is the catalyst that propels two relationships four different people into facing where they have become stuck. Each of them is faced with having to move forward struggling between betrayal of another or betrayal of oneself.
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An affluent Jewish man living in the suburbs with his loyal fiancee experiences a life altering crisis of conscience following the death of his father in director Sallie Aprahamian's introspective drama
Drama following the burgeoning relationship of two people who have suffered family tragedies. When Jake (Dan Fredenburgh) returns home after the death of his father, he strikes up an immediate friendship with B (Doraly Rosa). B also has a family catastrophe to deal with - her husband, Chester (Paul Bettany), has suffered a stroke and, though still alive, will most likely be crippled for life. Further complicating matters, Jake is engaged to the enthusiastic but preoccupied Zoe (Olivia Williams). As Jake and B become closer, the two couples face tough decisions about their future and struggle to find a balance between their own desires and the reluctance to hold back or harm a loved one.