Rosie, 32, fights with her parents about politics, feminism, their life choices and their divorce. She has accused her parents of reverting to their teenage selves – and there is great tension in their failure to be the parents she wishes she’d had. "My dream involves parents who are still together, who kiss secretly in the kitchen, apple pies, wine on tap, fireplaces, big family Christmases – the whole Martha Stewart deal. Every fight is a reminder that we don't have that, and then I think, they could drop dead tomorrow and that will have been the last thing you ever said. So that's a guilt trip."