In THE LEFT-HANDED FAMILY financial circumstances force Bill Mint, cordial bank robber and avowed technophobe, into a lucrative high-tech bank heist. He has no idea he's about to risk everything that means anything to him—his professionalism, his freedom and, most of all, his marriage.
A childless couple, Bill and his wife, Rita, are closing in on their golden years. Unfortunately they just lost a lifetime of stolen money in the so-called legitimate stock market.
To help with their high-tech heist Bill recruits Kasper, an immature and aimless computer hacker fresh out of the federal pen. Against his better judgment (but with Rita's maternal blessing), Bill takes on Lucy, an attractive yet unstable bank teller, as their inside woman.
Soon both "kids" have moved in with the Mints. The heist is running smoothly, ridiculous amounts of money are flowing into off-shore accounts, and everything's as cozy as a Home Sweet Home needlepoint—until weakness, deceit and betrayal shred their makeshift
Meanwhile, a bank doesn't leak money for long without someone noticing....
You're spending too much time on the set up and not getting to the important stuff. The important stuff is "the kids moved in". Everything else is windup.
And who's the bad guy? Or is it one of the kids??