Synopsis by Hal Erickson
James Coburn stars in this TV movie as the powerful head of a major law firm. Glynnis O'Connor is the firm's prize attorney--and also the lover of Coburn's son Ted Wass, a blue-collar worker long estranged from his father. Coburn stages a reconciliation with his son, but it's only so he can enjoy Glynnis' sexual favors himself. After only token resistance, Glynnis defers to Coburn's desires. The question raised by Sins of the Father: which of the two lawyers is the most opportunistic?
lawyer, woman, boss [employer], estrangement, father, blue-collar, son, love-triangle