When executive Elisha Lexington meets Will, the janitor they have a happy exchange both realizing that they are from two different worlds. But on this night they decide to put their difference of class aside and just be two normal people. This begins the life of love that the two of them share. Through the saxophone that Will plays we hear the love that he has for her and the music serves as a connection to them share. But like all relationships the time comes that Will realizes that he is not Elisha’s equal, at least not in public. He decides that he will not be hidden by her and she must confront the ghosts of her past that say that your financial class is the most important thing that makes you who you are. In the end will their love triumph, or will the views of others stop their love from growing?