It’s richlister businessman, Hugh Webb’s 60th birthday and his impending mortality is starting to cast a long shadow. So the man with everything announces he’s got an extraordinary plan for the rest of his life and philanthropic legacy—he’s going to sell everything and live modestly in a caravan. But when he announces this plan at his birthday dinner, younger wife Tamsin and son, aspiring filmmaker Marco, are appalled. They don’t share Hugh’s new values. Is Hugh’s new found decency and idealism a passing fancy or has he finally found his essential nature?