A spurned husband confronts the family of the girl who threw him out.
The walk from the mental hospital takes Harold Page three days. After two years inside, he cannot start his new life until he confronts the family who put him away. He was poor when he married Wendy Whitman, and their wealth still terrifies him. When their first child was born deaf, the Whitmans tricked Harold into a divorce, saying that he assaulted Wendy. She got the baby; he got a straitjacket. Now that he's out he has come to say goodbye, but the Whitmans are not through with him yet.
The night before he arrives, Wendy's mother is attacked by a man who she swears is Harold. Wendy's brother vows to kill him, but Harold does not run. It is time to put the Whitmans in their place.