29 January 2013 10:43 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

If you don't recognize the name Kathryn Hahn, you're certain to recognize her. She's worked with pretty much every other funny person working in the last ten years, and usually steals the scenes from under them, in everything from Anchorman to Wanderlust to the last seasons of Girls and Parks and Recreation. But every scene-stealer deserves her chance to take the spotlight, and she did it in style at the Sundance Film Festival last week in Afternoon Delight, the comedy from director Jill Soloway that premiered last Tuesday. The movie may sound like a classic case of "white people problems," but bear with us. Hahn plays Rachel, a woman who's quit working to raise her young son, and is feeling understandably stifled by the gossip and peer-pressure of her world in the hip, rich Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. She and her husband Jeff (Josh Radnor) barely have sex »

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