[on writing 'The Guilt Trip'] It's a movie about a mom and her son, and it's meant to be relatable. The guilt stereotype is not what you assume it is. It's actually the reality that you're always on a hair-trigger with your parents. You're always quicker to snap than you should be, and then you go up to your room and feel like shit about yourself because you treated them so badly. My mom used to say to me, 'You know what, Danny? I just wish you would treat me with the same respect you would treat a complete stranger'. And that would kill me, because she was right. And that's the real guilt trip.