Reluctantly, the caustic and eccentric former high-school teacher, Paul Lohman, prepares himself for the unbearable task of having dinner at a posh restaurant with his wife, Claire, after an invitation by his older brother, Stan--who is running for Congressman--and his second wife, Katelyn. Before long--as the four sit uneasily, chatting and bickering over a parade of absurdly expensive and intricate dishes--the tension will start bubbling up until Stan makes clear the reason for this gathering. Evidently, their sons harassed an innocent homeless lady--and as one thing led to another--they got involved in a horrible incident, and committed a crime. Now, what should the parents do? Should they be protective, covering up the dreadful act of violence for the sake of their sons' future, or should they expose them to be rightfully punished? After all, she was only a nameless woman.