A New York performance artist returns home to a small Georgia town to care for her mother, who’s suffering a mental breakdown. Ruth Leitman’s 1998 documentary slyly underscores the women’s exhibitionism as they pour their hearts out to the camera, revealing their troubled psychosexual history. Some of their revelations may be half-truths, while some are shockingly real (the family photo album with its snapshots the artist as a child took of her parents having sex), but in the manner of a southern gothic, they never fail to fascinate.