Sarah’s mother has dementia and only one full-time caregiver. That full-time caregiver has been laid off from her job for providing the care at a time when funding for her country’s health care has been cut. Sarah, providing the care, has spent her retirement on living expenses. As her mother sinks deeper into dementia, Sarah’s prospects for anything in life sink with her. A cryptic job posting in someone else’s newspaper catches her eye. Why does a wealthy and, by all accounts, eccentric businessman want a health exam turned in with her resume? Not really a concern, a job is a job. When she arrives at the interview, the surprises start piling up. The salary, more than $1,000,000 per year *in addition to* the finest health care available for her mother is tempting. Then there is the small matter of the businessman’s nephew, who offers his friendship in this time of darkness for her. Is the job worth the price that she is asked to pay?