To escape the troubles of their big city lives, Gisele and Beniah Panganiban decide - as many had before them - to seek refuge in the wilderness. Against the woman he often referred to as his wife's wishes, Beniah leases an enigmatic log house; that is situated deep in the forests of Manitoba, Canada. For two years, the couple wrestles with angels that seem to be as personal as they are professional. Then, in the middle of the night, they hear a knock on the big, red door. Handcuffed together, they hobble down the sixteen stairs. In the unforgiving winter, a stranger calls out. "Ayuda me. My husband has been badly injured.... Por favor, I know you're in there." What follows is a fantastic journey that includes - but is no way limited to - gunplay, noble fables, pig genitalia, a fair amount of corruption, encieros, a love triangle, Samurai bonds, and of course Chim-Chim the Great Grey Owl. Some of them will learn what they're good at, what they're horrible at, what they're psychotic about. And, at least, one of them is going to be buried out there. So, make yourself at home, mind the carpets, no cigars, and "Welcome to Solomon's Seal."