WHO’S IN IT?
Steve Coogan (24 Hour Party People), Paul Rudd (Anchorman), Jack Gore (Wonder Wheel), Alison Pill (Milk), Jake McDorman (American Sniper), Jesse Luken (The Guest), Eric Womack (The Undershepherd), Jenny Gabrielle (Only the Brave), Lora Martinez-Cunningham (Sicario), Monique Candelaria (10 Years), Frances Lee McCain (Back to the Future)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Andrew Fleming (Hamlet 2), director, writer; Maria Teresa Arida (The Last Summer of La Boyita), Clark Peterson (Monster), Aaron Ryder (Arrival), Maxime Rémillard (Polytechnique) and Gabrielle Tana (Philomena), producers; John Swihart (Napoleon Dynamite), composer; Alexander Gruszynski (The Craft), cinematographer; Jeffrey M. Werner (The Kids Are All Right), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Flamboyant TV chef Erasmus Brumble (Coogan) lives an idyllic existence with his director and long-term partner Paul (Rudd), but suddenly both men find themselves saddled with a new sense of responsibility when Erasmus’s estranged grandson Bill (Gore) unexpectedly shows up after his father is taken to prison. As they try and juggle their excessive lifestyles with their new role as guardians of the young boy, Erasmus and Paul soon discover that they may not be prime parenting material – but that’s not going to stop them from trying to form a bond with Bill all the same…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd work their individual charms off one another as a gay couple forced into a more responsible position in this funny but heartwarming comedy.