An amazing talent told with the wrong voice. An artist with amazing gift, a con artist that is a master of deception. How do these fit together, it's a tangled tale of freedom and captivity. Margaret leaves with her daughter to create a better life. Her only experience is homemaker/wife/mom and of course painter. She is about to find an opportunity but before she can settle in, something knocks her down. This apparent prince rides in to the rescue. All seems to be going well... That is until the lies begin. The lies become a tangled web of deceit that they cannot escape from. Here she is with an amazing gift but no voice, then you have Walter... Suave and debonair but talentless. Once he had gotten a taste of the spotlight, he wasn't letting go. She had to find her voice and once she did... She was never silent again... How did all this transpire? What is the real story? Come see this and find out. This is portrayed in such a way that you feel like you are watching history unfold. The positive and the negative that all draw you in to the story. Please stay into the early credits for information on the real lives of Walter and Margaret Keane. There are mature scenes that may not be appropriate for young audiences but it's a very well told tale of the real Keane.