Heavy Deep South drama that feels as though it was conceived by Tennessee Williams but written by someone else. We're in New Orleans, and the weather outside is frightful: hot, muggy, the kind of climate that sends tempers soaring. Booth is a housewife in a loveless marriage with Quinn. His
birthday is coming up, and she hopes to reawaken the love they knew years before by buying three birthday gifts for Quinn and giving them to their three children to give to him--anything to put the enraged Quinn in a better mood. She knows that he's been having an affair with Allen, but she's
overlooking that. At the party an argument erupts with Holliman, the oldest son, who wo...