Written and Directed by Adam Rapp.
After being offered $100,000 for love letters exchanged between her famous author parents, struggling New York actress Reece Holden (Zooey Deschenal) decides to return to her home and visit her father, Don Holden (Ed Harris), in an effort to discover the letters. However, on returning to her childhood home she finds that things have changed considerably in the time that she’s been away; in particular her reclusive father is now sharing what was the family home with an ex-student of his, Shelley (Amelia Warner) and a sort of odd-job man called Corbit (Will Ferrell).
The opening of this film couldn’t be much further from the title if it tried. Deschanel paints a very gloomy picture of the tortuous life of a poorly-paid theatre actress in New York. »
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