- Cast: Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, Rainn Wilson, Ben Schwartz, Judy Greer, Kate Mara, Taraji P. Henson, Ron Rifkin, Lesley Ann Warren, Troian Bellisario, David Diaan, Raja Fenske, Dominic Flores, Nicholas Hormann, Tom Katsis, Jeff Lam, Paige Orr, David Packer, Jack Plotnick, Deborah Pratt, Johnny Cley Rivers, Lester Speight, Octavia Spencer, Stephen Tobolowsky, Kulap Vilaysack, Alicia Witt
- Producers: Keith Calder, Felipe Marino, Joe Neurauter
- Co Producer: Paul O. Davis
- Art Direction: Brendan Turrill
- Castings: Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee
- Costume Design: Janicza Bravo
- D.O.P.: Tobias Datum
- Editor: Evan Schiff
- Makeup: Ermahn Ospina
- Music: Jeff Cardoni
- Production Design: Sue Chan
On the day of their Father's 70th birthday party, four siblings come to terms with the publication of a novel written by the youngest sibling, that exposes the family's most intimate secrets.
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Production Companies: Occupant Films
2011 Guide Analysis: "A superb ensemble assemble here for what one would hope to be a smart pitch black comedy. Reviews from Toronto and Austin gave it a positive if muted response with many comparing it to a sitcom in terms of a lack of screen time for key actors, lacking emotional sincerity, underdeveloped characters, and subplots filled with contrived and not especially smart humor.
Despite not living up to its potential, Barry Blaustein's film nevertheless seemed to be generally liked. Critics loved the actors and claim it conveys sibling relationships quite effectively, while even the dumb laughs actually do hit their mark at times. In many ways it's a textbook festival film, one that won't likely play much in theaters but could find a small cult following on disc. IFC picked up the film to distribute in the U.S. and seem a good choice for this particular title."