Tony and Robin have been married for seven years, and things are starting to get typically stale. When Robin inherits a cottage in a remote community, it seems like more dull events are on the horizon. Robin plans to stay there alone during the week to clean it up, and sell it as fast as they can.
It turns out, though, that the sleepy camp of Robin’s childhood has turned into a mecca for attractive, libertine thirty-somethings. Has Tony made a huge mistake leaving his wife in the woods all alone, surrounded by men who are there for a good time, whether anyone is married or not?