This hysterical and heartwarming dark comedy concerns itself with the three quirky Magrath sisters, forced to spend a fraught couple days at their childhood home in Hazlehurst, Mississippi in the fall of 1974. Youngest sister Babe has just shot her husband for unknown reasons, middle sister Meg is home to rekindle a long lost love, and oldest sister Lenny just wants to celebrate her birthday in peace. As the sisters rehash old traumas and new territory, they move past their disturbing childhood and begin to heal together. Crimes of the Heart won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
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