An extended refugee family from Somalia, an interracial same-sex couple, a single mother in a housing cooperative, and a mother of six who has fostered nearly 50 children in her lifetime... None of these families have ever met each other before, but at the invitation of a mutual friend and videomaker, that will soon change. Where through an inventive storytelling structure, a member of each household is given the chance to narrate what they see in another. Here, each character-narrator changes themselves based upon what they see and learn, creating a collage of viewpoints rather a traditional moral. Through food, finances, and sibling disputes, Household presents an ever-shifting perspective on the enduring bonds of kinship.