Q&A with Owen Williams, Sherry Romito, Merry Grissom and Ryan Anglin
Having not spoken to each other since their mother's death nine years earlier, brothers Ernie and Lou have both run out of resources in life. Coincidentally and simultaneously, they find it necessary to call on their last remaining life-line: the family house they inherited with their sister, Lyn.
For the past ten years Lyn has lived in the house, maintaining the property and running her small psychology practice, enjoying low overhead and the privacy of her reclusive lifestyle.
With too much pride to admit defeat and move back into the house, Ernie camps out in the bushes in a tent on the front lawn, hiding from a loan shark he met as a fishing guide on the LA River. Lou chooses to stay in his camper van in the driveway with his wife Margee and their 2 year-old daughter, while attempting to build a tiny house in the front yard. In his spare time, Lou broadcasts an environmental video blog from the van called “Happy Vegan," and Margee sells vegan baby food at a farmer's market.
The three siblings are forced to respect boundaries and swallow their rivalries in order to survive on the small piece of property, becoming something they hadn’t even known they were missing...a family.
Owen Williams and Merry Grissom
Owen Williams, Sherry Romito, Merry Grissom, Ryan Anglin
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