Chase's father, Farmer, is an old-time heist man looking for his last big score. Farmer never believed his son, a petty shoplifter, had the guts or the discipline to make it as a real criminal, but when his long-time partner is killed in a routine stick-up, the old man has no choice but to let the boy in on the action. Right from the start, though, Chase fights his father's cold-blooded violence and strict rules. Enter Hillary, a suburban thrill-seeker longing to be the Bonnie to Chase's aspiring young Clyde, and the rift between father and son turns into a struggle for control, identity, and life itself.