The Flanagan sisters are as different as they come. Annalie is sweet and self-conscious, whereas Margaret is sharp and assertive. Margaret looks like their mother, while Annalie passes for white and looks like the father who abandoned them years ago. When their house is vandalized with a shocking racial slur, Margaret rushes home from her summer internship in New York City. For Annalie, this was meant to be a summer of possibilities, and she resents her sister's sudden presence and insistence on drawing negative attention to their family. As the sisters navigate this unexpected summer, an explosive secret threatens to break apart their relationship once and for all.