Anquan, a man in his twenties, decides to separate from his wife Janessa after two years of marriage. His reason for doing so is simple, he isn’t happy. It wasn’t what he envisioned for his life. Anquan begins to test the dating market in search for what he believes is an ideal mate: a younger more attractive woman, children are grounds for automatic disqualification. Armed with his two chauvinistic and womanizer friends he begins his quest, but quickly finds out that finding his dream wife isn’t easy, and that he doesn’t fit in the criteria of the females he’s attracted to. Feeling dejected and confused he begins to question if leaving Janessa was the right decision, and contemplates if he should go back to her before it’s too late.