An Ivy-league Stanford Law Student Sidney Poitier’ who is in her last year of law school, is dependent on her parents. Sidney’s passion has always been to become a veterinarian, but her parents insisted on law school. Her parents are paying her way through Law School and taking care of her living expenses, and now they want to introduce her to some prominent lawyer by the name of Raymond because they feel they will make a great couple.
Sidney’s parents are living their life through her. Sidney is not looking to be hooked up by her parents. She wants control of her own life, career, and educational goals. Sidney confides in her girlfriends for help, and she is introduced to an opportunity, that she thinks will help her become independent, but later to find out Sidney’s irrational decision could be her downfall, or it could actually propel her toward her own independence.