You can already imagine the comic complications that arise when he shows up unannounced at the family’s luxurious home in Sag Harbor, Long Island. So could I. And it turns out every member of Washington’s family is harboring a secret or two: a brother who’s a kleptomaniac, a sister who hasn’t yet come out to her parents, a mother who’s sworn off alcohol but found an equally potent substitute, etc. It all builds up to a faceoff between Robinson and Grier at a ceremonial sweat lodge. Sweat lodge? That’s right: the movie takes place in a tony community where there’s an annual celebration of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, replete with a variety of arcane if long-standing traditions. Give Peeples points for coming up with a subplot you’d never expect.
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