George and Faith Dunlap have it all: financial success, adoring children, a gracious home. And yet they have nothing. Faith sums it up when she introduces herself to George's friends at a posh party: "I'm not his friend. I'm his wife. The Dunlaps surely once loved each other. But George has a mistress, Faith drifts into an affair and silences between them are broken by too many wrong words. At once unique and universal, their story contains a raw emotional power of the sort we rarely see in domestic dramas.