Mr. Brochu, respectfully known as the Boss, has been running the Champlain gas station with his family for the last fifteen years. Despite the loss of his wife, the continual thefts and the onset of Parkinson's disease, he has done the job to the best of his ability. Workdays begin early in the morning and last late into the night. A group of locals regularly hang around, passing the time smoking, drinking, trading stories and sharing laughs. However, the Boss's two eldest sons are sick of the business and want more out of life than a gas pump. As a result, Mr. Brochu stuggles to hold not only himself together, but his family and the gas station that binds them.