Ju-Ju Briggs has just been released from prison in upstate New York. Now she's returning home to England. An art expert with an immaculate education, Ju-Ju is no typical criminal. Nor was her crime - the theft of a Tiffany-glass window from a Brooklyn cemetary - a straightforward one. Some might call it grave-robbing, others an act of conservation. For Ju-Ju it was an act of love. In their Cotswold house, Ju-Ju's parents are preparing a welcome party. This is no simple matter either. Daphne holds untold resentment against their daughter, the 'golden girl', Charles is ashamed. Ju-Ju's younger brother Charlie, and sister Sophie, both of whom have much to conceal, also have their own fears...As the family struggles to come to terms with Ju-Ju's crime, secrets are shed and emotions reach their pitch. No one will leave this party unchanged.