Abducted and missing for fifteen years, Sarah and Joey miraculously return home to their family. Is it a cause for celebration or the beginning of a new tragedy? Raised by different captors, both are now very different adults than they would have been. Although they seem to be polar opposites, perhaps they have more similarities than meets the eye. Furthermore, the lives of their famous parents and a sister who the tabloids refer to as "the one who wasn't abducted" have continued, eclipsed by the mystery of their disappearance.
"A Family Reunion" explores that internal beacon that frequently calls us to return home. Heartwarming, heartbreaking, and often hilarious, it asks how age, race, gender, and sexual orientation can propel us into strikingly diverse futures as well as, "Can the love of family heal?"
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