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A man in his late 20s, estranged from his father receives a letter informing him of said father’s dead and summoning him to the little village of Woodstock, Oxfordshire. There he is handed the responsibility of running the family business until his half-brother (16) graduates from University or turns 25, whichever happens firsts.
He decides to stay because he believes that he is better than his father, a man he saw as a irresponsible runner who never did the right thing. But as he delves into the business and life in Woodstock he realizes that there is more to family than responsibility and more to love than passion. And that every thing he thought about his father was wrong.