On the day of the marriage of Sam Devlin and Arianna Vohrman, the grandfather of the groom gives the newlyweds the piano that used belong to his father, Adam. When their daughter Lana is five years old, she starts to play the piano, and quickly becomes proficient in her keyboard skills. Such is her youthful talent that the musical instrument travels with the Devlin family from Cleveland to San Francisco, in order to become the supervisor of the Californian end of the company that Sam works for. Six years later, however, tragedy strikes when Lana's father dies in a car accident. Seeing the piano as a stark reminder that she is a widow, Arianna banishes it to the garage where it sits, un-played, for years. All that changes when Lana has a bad break-up with her boyfriend, Pete, when she is in her final year of high school. To comfort herself, she starts to play it again. Quickly, the skill she thought she'd lost finds its way back into her life, but Arianna, too consumed with sorrow of the loss of her one true love, doesn't want to encourage her talent, but Lana becomes determined to achieve this rediscovered ambition, and seeks to prove to her mother that the terrible events in their shared past shouldn't poison the future she wants for herself.
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