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This was uncomfortably funny at so many moments when you could see each character wrestle with their fears and insecurities. The way the middle age adults assess what they have done with their lives. The way the teenaged girl feels so alone and isolated from her parents, even as they try harder to keep their desperate grasp on her. The actual storyline is a bit cooky, but in the end this was about what we have and what we yearn for. This is heavy stuff, wrapped in a thin but tough layer of comedy.
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