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Writer-director Matt Atkinson and a terrific cast make the most out of a very weird premise for this comedy about failed ambitions, family dynamics and the oh-so-sweet taste of revenge. A veteran of the Halifax sketch group Picnicface and CBC’s MR. D, Mark Little stars as Mitch, a young man who’s still living with his long-suffering parents – played by Mark McKinney (Kids in the Hall) and Stephnie Weir – years after squandering the millions he won in a lottery. Things take a strange turn when the family’s dire financial situation prompts the addition of a boarder. The fact that the newcomer is played by Brett Gelman – the American comedic actor who was one of the best things about STRANGER THINGS season two – is an accurate sign of the hilarity to come in Atkinson’s unhinged comedy.
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Part of: 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival
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