Details: Michele is a thirty-something aerobics instructor who spends more time at the casino than at the gym. Her life is turned upside down when her boss and fiancé Scott, unwilling to cover her gambling debts, decides to hold back her paychecks. Michele decides to leave Scott, with her 14-year-old daughter Marguerite and turns to her childhood friend, Janine, who has a teenage daughter of her own. Janine soon becomes concerned about Marguerite's bad influence on her shy and reserved daughter. As the two young girls become friends, their mothers rekindle their long lost friendship. However, the leafy and reassuring hills of Saint-Hilaire soon become the backdrop for unforeseen drama when mothers and daughters are forced to reassess their values. Is behaviour innate or learned; and as parents is it ever possible to not repeat our own parents mistakes with our children?