Bassam `Barry’ al-Fayeed, who has fully assimilated to living in America, is the son of a Middle Eastern dictator. Barry is a paediatrician in Los Angeles, but he and his family return to his native country, Baladi, for his nephew’s wedding. It’s his first visit in 20 years, but things don’t go as planned. When his father dies suddenly, Barry and his family are embroiled in political upheaval and forced to stay in the country. A clash of cultures ensues as Barry is thrown back into the familial and national politics of his youth, which he had escaped by self-imposed exile.