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The Wilde cousins are narcissistic, self-sabotaging, yet emotionally luminous beings, and when they gather to spread their cousin's ashes, the unexpected happens…they have fun.

Wilde Flowers explores its characters resistance to a defining experience and the growth it demands of them. At a crossroads in her personal life, Violette returns home to spread her late brother’s ashes with her sisters and estranged cousins. When Miles, Violette’s beta-male boyfriend, surprises her as a power outage hits, an awkward family dinner transforms into a reluctant family weekend that forces everyone to face each other and themselves for the first time in years.

Sophie Fazio

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