A family one day discovers that they've fallen into a web of indiscretion. A sixty-year-old grandmother finally discovers meaning in her life through an affair with her elementary school sweetheart. But instead of condemnation, the daughter-in-law silently applauds her mother-in-law's confessions of "folly." The husband presents himself as a model citizen-attorney, but in fact he's a born playboy who untiringly focuses his energy on wooing women despite his love and devotion tohis family. The wife meanwhile observes her spouse's hypocrisy with disdain rather than anguish. Eventually, she too decides to bring little change to her life by giving the next door neighbor's teenage son who had been spying on her, a lesson or two on sex. So what's the big deal about having a little fun and romance when it could perhaps brighten things up a bit?