Ruth feels that she can never be good enough for a religious family with high expectations. However, life has a way of providing the unexpected and suddenly, in a eureka moment, Ruth has the opportunity to assume a new identity. She becomes Sinamon and learns to experience life without feeling personal guilt. But meeting special people who hold very different values to her own means that she has to make a choice: to go back home or to stay with her new family. Which is the right decision for Ruth?