Annie & Buster Fang have spent most of their adult lives trying to distance themselves from their famous artist parents, Caleb & Camille. But when a bad economy & a few bad personal decisions converge, the siblings have nowhere to turn but their family home. Reunited under one roof for the first time in more than a decade & surrounded by the souvenirs of their unusual upbringing, Buster & Annie are forced to confront not only their parents, but the chaos & confusion of their childhood.
"The poignant truth Wilson captures is that our crazy parents' offenses sometimes loom so large that we don't realize just what they did for us until it's too late. Here... is a change to come home and makeup." (The Washington Post)
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