Malik has a lot on his plate when he returns home to Tunisia after living in France. He's processing his father's death, he can't come out to his mother, and his childhood anxieties have ... See full summary »
Jess is a solo mother and reluctant parking warden. Tom is a self-obsessed Greetings Cards salesman with an addiction to competitions who will do anything to win. Together they are just two... See full summary »
Kathy Najimy's daughter appears in the movie. When the adults have given up chasing Paul down the street and return to their kids at the park, she is the redheaded girl in a denim-blue shirt next to Susan. See more »
This film covers a variety of themes from cultural phobias to psychological disorders. The cinematography is outstanding, the comedy is consistent, the messages in the movie are mandatory to be addressed. I went to a showing with a Q&A session afterward and Paige humbly discussed his influences, his mission with the film, and details about the creative process. I have been teaching for 9 years and I have dealt with many of the issues in the film from fearing accusations to phobias about being a gay man interacting with homophobic parent's children. Go and see this film- you won't regret it! You'll instead leave afterward with a smile, contemplating what's really most important in your life and in our society.
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