Sarah has no mother and unlike other kids her age is only focused on school, college, her future career and the financial markets. Her babysitter Nellie is carefree and happy to be alive, just excited to see where life takes her. Sarah’s Wall Street father pays her to join her for the summer and life changes for both of them.
Paul Check wrote, produced, directed and stars — as Sarah’s father — in this film. He worked on Wall Street in Mortgage-Backed Securities as a quantitative modeler, strategist, analyst, risk manager and portfolio manager, so all of the financials in this movie are probably really well-researched. And he made this a family affair by having his daughter Marie play the lead role, Sarah. She has great chemistry with Tinuke Adetunji, who plays Nellie, possibly because she really was babysat by her when she was younger.