Brandon and Mason age 9 and 5 live through life as close brothers, always taught to look after one another. Their Mother is a strong independent woman, their father they never met, they are raised solely and independently by their mother, Brittney. Struggling to make ends meet Brittney must pick up a second job to stay afloat, at a time that is most critical to her and the boys as her primary job has begun cutting hours. As real life manages to take its toll on Brittney, Brandon and Mason are often left fending for themselves home alone. They are routinely given strict orders and warnings from their mother, a list of do’s and mostly don’ts while she’s away. Brittney gets a last-minute job interview opportunity that she can’t pass up, unable to find a babysitter she decides to leave the boys home alone for a few hours while she attends the interview. Home alone the boys begin to use their playful imagination to keep busy, they wrestle, watch cartoons, have dance offs and every other thing they can think off. As time continues to go by, the boys continue to play and live free. Driven by carefree youth the boys enjoy and embrace an imagined world of their own.