“What about me? Our family has never been one centered on love; Dad, we’ve always faced difficulties in this house, and now it’s my choice of a partner. Even my brothers never had this issue even though they picked people out of their leagues, so why should mine be an issue? Why do you want to make things difficult for me?” “Because you’re gay,” Smith exclaimed angrily. Because of his three sons, the patriarch of the Smith family, a wealthy and well-known family, is constantly under pressure; Cameron, his first, is hardworking but lacks charisma and has an arrogant manner. Byron, the middle child, has always been cheery and lively, but he is a thorn in their side, constantly in the spotlight casting a poor light on their family's identity. Midas, his final son, is his favorite, but the arrival of a new man threatens to change that. When Midas introduces Smith to his partner, the last thing he expects is for them to be of the same gender. Will Smith be able to accept his son‘s sexuality in the future? Will the Smiths ever reunite and experience peace over their relationship?