Frankie Valli and his friends started out as regular kids from the streets of Jersey. Eventually, however, they banded together to create one of the most memorable music groups of the 1960s: the Four Seasons. Most of the famous songs in the band's catalog are dusted off here, but more importantly, the relationships between these boys is explored in depth. The cornerstone of the group is Frankie Valli, and his life is a particularly strong focus. His struggles and triumphs are at the forefront, particularly in conjunction with those of the other members of the group. While they quickly rise to the top of the charts, they never forget their origins as youths in New Jersey, and that bond sustains them throughout their whole lives.