Bridget (Kelly O'Sullivan) is 34 years old and her life is a disaster. She has no job, no partner, no money or projects for the future. However, when she finds a job working as a nanny for precocious Frances (Ramona Edith-Williams), an adorable 6-year-old girl with two moms, the path towards adulthood and plenitude becomes clearer for Bridget. In addition to starring in the film, O'Sullivan wrote this heartfelt summer story addressing feminist issues. The film, which is also Alex Thompson’s directorial debut, has received an audience award at almost every film festival where it has been screened, namely the prestigious SXSW.