Mr. Clayton is a retired, reclusive jazz pianist who lives a lonely life and has lost his inspiration for playing music. His
only real contact with the outside world is Joshua, a young boy in his apartment building that brings him his groceries.
When Allison, a young, single mother moves in next door and starts singing jazz standards to her crying infant, something moves Clayton to start playing again. While first nervous about the possibility of a new person in his life, he finds a way to embrace this new type relationship and ends
up with a new sense of enjoyment in his life.