A genius daughter (Taiana Tully) cannot live her life until her deadbeat father (Garret T. Sato, 'Marvel's Inhumans,' 'The Wolverine,' 'Pearl Harbor') figures out his. 'Leland' is film about what happens when someone benefits from his family, yet, he refuses to help anyone else - including himself. His daughter is bound by her sense of 'ohana', being from Hawai'i, and she is the last person who believes in him, as his family crumbles around them both. She starts to realize that the burden of taking care of her dad is standing in the way of her dreams. What will it take for some people to change?