Jodi’s middle-aged husband has left her for a 24-year-old, and all her friends have deserted her for the happy couple. Furthermore, she’s approaching her sell-by date of 50. (She’s only in her mid-40s, but who’s counting? She is, that’s who!)
Not that Jodi gets much sympathy from her dear old dad, Elliot Isaac, who is himself in a fulfilling relationship with 20-year-old Trey. That makes Elliott’s paramour exactly the same age as his grandson, Benjamin Cullen. But, again, who’s counting? Jodi is.
Hanging on by a thread after her ex-husband gets engaged to a much younger woman, Jodi retreats to her dad’s swanky Manhattan townhouse. But rather than the comforts of home, she instead finds her aging father’s new live-in boyfriend, Trey—who is 20. In his new comedy, Joshua Harmon (Bad Jews, Significant Other) brings neurotic family drama to the forefront as father and daughter contend with the age-old questions of how to age gracefully in a world obsessed with youth and where love fits into it all. 2 hours 15 minutes including intermissio