Since her husband expelled sweet son Paul for a drinking problem, widow Ruth feels abandoned by the family in her vast, stately home. Her suicide attempt by drugs is frustrated by snooty homeless Billy, who is mistaken for a mugger and arrested at Ruth's lawyer daughter's instigation. Ruth has Billie released and is determined to reward the ingrate, ultimately coming up with converting her home into a private rehab facility. That appalls her daughter and her snobbish neighbors, who hire posh lawyer Todd Preston. Being the daughter's ex, Todd inadvertently brings her in on Ruth's side.
Did You Know?
we weren't homeless we were houseless. for a house no matter how large or small is merely four walls and a roof. a home is the love that fills the space between those walls. a previous love that endures and grows. a love that's forgiving and unconditional. they could take our house, but they could never take our home, because in our house, there was love.