Biff Review: ‘About a Donkey’ Captures a Family at a Nexus Point of Chaotic Emotions, Troubles, and Fears

The Owens family is at a nexus point of chaotic emotions, troubles, and fears thanks to the start of new chapters in their respective lives. Mom (Katherine Wessling’s Ann) has officially accepted what everyone else already had: a battle with depression. Burgh (Ben Kaufman) recently started seeing someone (Sarah Haruko’s Cassie) he’s afraid to reveal to the family due to her having a past history with his younger sister. She (Alexandra Clayton’s Annie) is ready to pop thanks to hers and husband Paul’s (Ricardo Manigat) first child, making it so they will need their spare room back. The current inhabitant of said room is eldest sibling Cecilia (Christina Wright) who’s sans job, sans love, and uncertain of finding either again. And Dad (Peter Jensen’s Tim) bought a donkey.

You read that last sentence correctly and the family is equally flabbergasted with the purchase.
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