A mother and son talk about his Grandfather, who seems strange and a bit distant. The mother helps the boy understand his Grandfather better. The relationship to the Grandfather is an image of our relationship to God.
Expecting to meet her birth mother for the first time, a young woman instead learns her family's history through her grandmother. This sobering reunion explores the generational effect of sin on families.
This touching sketch is split into two scenes: one contemporary, one a flashback. In both scenes, a mother and daughter argue about the mother asserting her parental authority and keeping the daughter from doing as she pleases: a generational problem.