Red (Alex Neustaedter), Alan (Keean Johnson) and Smitty (Daniel Zolghadri) spend their nights breaking into summer homes and collecting whatever loot they can grab. But Alan starts having second thoughts once Red encourages him to bring his tween brother Peter (Jaeden Martell) along. Alan’s crisis of conscience grows stronger when he falls for innocent beauty Mary (Kristine Froseth), who’s visiting the shore from Connecticut. And when local police officer Sgt. Kent (Shea Whigham) delivers a stern warning, Alan knows he wants out. The perfect opportunity arrives when the guys hit one last house, and Alan finds a bag of antique gold coins. He tries to keep this discovery a secret, enlisting Peter to help him bury the stash on a nearby island. Their plan is to slowly sell the coins off, which would make them rich beyond their dreams and change their lives unimaginably. But, of course, nothing is that easy. Fate seems determined to decree that the boys were born to be townies, and that’s what they will remain. One obstacle after another complicates their fantasy, until it threatens to become a nightmare.