A desperate TV producer convinces an old Armenian Uncle to star in a new reality show. Cultures collide when Uncle Rafael is thrown into the Schumacher family household where he has one week to save a broken and dysfunctional American family from falling apart. The only rule-everyone must follow his rules.Written by
The first American comedy to have an Armenian lead character. See more »
Written and performed by Malina Moye See more »
This is a really funny indie film that's great entertainment for the whole family. I was lucky enough to see this film in its first screening. The film's star Vahik Pirhamzei plays multiple characters in this film and pulls it off surprisingly well. I saw this movie with my girlfriends and we all loved it. This movie was apparently shot in Los Angeles on a very low indie budget but you wouldn't know it. The whole cast was really funny, especially John Higgins and Missi Pyle (who is consistently funny in everything).
This movie showcases an Armenian family in the same way that Big Fat Greek Wedding did for the Greek community. This is a really funny movie that I would recommend to anybody who is looking for some family entertainment.
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