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Family obligations can be stressful even under the best of circumstances. But for Danielle, a sexually-liberated, bisexual post-grad reluctantly dragged to a Jewish funeral service by her parents, the persistent questions about her weight, love life, and career goals can make the dead seem like they’re getting off easy. Also, who was it that died again?


Confronted with the third degree from a cavalcade of characters—all while avoiding her overachieving, law student ex-girlfriend who happens to be lingering around the buffet table—Danielle finds that she is unable to escape her past, present, or future. When her current beau shows up, what was once merely awkward turns into a hilarious exploit in truth avoidance, one-uppance, and neuroses of the highest order. Writer-director Emma Seligman expands her 2018 short into a sharp, perfectly-paced, universal take on conflicting versions of self and how hard it is to live up to anyone’s expectations… even your own. This hysterical feature debut also stars Dianna Agron (GLEE), Jackie Hoffman (FEUD), and Fred Melamed (LADY DYNAMITE). — Angelique Smith

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    77 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    USA
  • Premiere
    New Mexico
  • Director
    Emma Seligman