Daniel Eastbriar has finally made good use of that camcorder his parents gave him for his birthday. How? He has secretly recorded his overbearing mother Annie, or Hitler with breasts, having her "afternoon delight" with their neighbor. Not a normal activity for an 18 year old boy and his sister but it's a last ditch effort to expose her double life to their spineless father.
For years Daniel and Sam have endured their mother's abuse; Daniel because he is gay, Sam because she idolizes him, but now he has the tape of his mother acting like an amateur porn queen. That should change things, right? Until the tape disappears. Known for recording his workout sessions in his room, that camera is always on. When Sam finds Daniel dead, hanging by the very belt she bought him for his birthday, she struggles to move on with her life. Left without an ally in her own home she tries to overcome her resentment towards Daniel for leaving her. In the midst of starting her life over, Sam uncovers Daniel's camcorder and is forced to see with her own eyes that her family's dysfunction runs deeper that she could ever dream.