They've traveled from all over the land of the free - from New York, California, North Carolina, Texas - up to the neighboring true north, all so they can experience a right non-existent in the United States. Marriage is not an option for American couples who are gay, but some feel nuptials are worth traveling for - even if their new status has no legal meaning at home. In this first-ever, intimate, and honest portrayal of seven American couples who come to Toronto to get married, their motivation is captured in their candid sincerity. They represent the modern American - they are teachers, doctors, psychotherapists, engineers, entrepreneurs - and they come with their friends, parents, and children. Through unfettered access to the couples on their special day, their true emotions are revealed - in this document of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.