L.A. parents Alex (Adam Scott) and Emily (Taylor Schilling) are on the hunt for new friends after relocating from Seattle with their son. A trip to the playground lands them a family dinner invitation from Kurt (Jason Swartzman), but as the night progresses it becomes unclear whether the play date is meant for the kids or the parents. This sexy, hilarious romp is a delightful high. Writer-director Patrick Brice proudly empties the contents of his dirty little mind like a child dumping his Halloween candy spoils on the kitchen table after a hard night’s work. Also staring Judith Godrèche. —Ashley Havey
About the Director(s)
Patrick Brice graduated from California Institute of the Arts in 2011. His thesis film Maurice won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Short Documentary at the Florida Film Festival. Patrick performed as director, writer and actor in his feature Creep.
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