A recent college grad finds himself back home, careerless and directionless. His rich father, interfering stepmother, and doting grandmother suggest various professions and pursuits, but he can’t stick with anything for long. Left to his own devices, he sleeps around and complains in language cribbed from a freshman philosophy survey that may have included some Nietzsche. Another tale of trust-fund anomie? More or less. But did I mention that our hero sings, dances, and occasionally launches himself from considerable heights into the waiting arms... More >>>