Jimmy Washburn lives in a small town with a beautiful wife he adores and his almost two children. He works at the small auto body shop his grandfather founded, under the direction of his uncle. Surrounded by family and lifelong friends, Jimmy has a good life restoring vintage cars, caring for his son, eating the Pennsylvania Dutch food for which his wife has a reputation, and drinking with the boys. But just as the new White Hills Mall challenges the economy of the community, this one week in Jimmy’s life forces him to examine his responsibilities, redefine what friendship means, and choose between his youthful ways and the duties of a proper father. And it all kicks off with the death of Big Butch.