Svejk James is a young loner who spends his last summer vacation before leaving to study at Brown University, one of the most prestigious in America. The only person James feels good to talk and spend time’s grandmother. But parents are worried about him because of preference for solitude so they insist to take him to therapy sessions. But no wonder that James, in the 17 years of its stay away from the family. His mother, Marjorie, ran home from honeymoon, ending so abruptly her third marriage. Paul’s father James, consider the possibility of making plastic surgery and asks his son if he was gay just because he ordered a salad for lunch, and Gillian, sister of James, meets with a married man and prepares to write memoirs, although it has only 23 years old.