New Rochelle, the 1960s. High schooler Frank Abagnale Jr. loves his dad, who’s in a bad position with the IRS. At the point when his folks separate, Frank flees to Manhattan with $25 in his financial records, vowing to recover father’s misfortunes and recover his folks together. Only a couple of years after the fact, the FBI tracks him down in France; he’s removed, attempted, and imprisoned for passing more than $4,000,000 in terrible checks. Along the way, he’s acted like a Pan Am pilot, a pediatrician, and a lawyer. What’s more, from almost the start of this life of wrongdoing, he’s been sought after by a sullen FBI operator, Carl Hanratty. What begins as feline and mouse gets to be something similar to father and child.