Charles Moore is a hard man. He designs cell-phones for a living and is deeply committed to his job. As a result, he isn't always home. This does not sit well with neither his wife Catherine nor his son Henry. Alone for most of his young life, Henry always finds solace in his grandpa Leon, Charles' father. Leon, an ex-army cook, lovingly calls Henry by the nickname of Heno. The two are best friends, keeping each other company because there simply is no one else. When Leon passes away, Charles is forced to fill in his father's shoes and face his misgivings as a son, and Henry must decide whether or not to repair his relationship with Charles.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.