In this nutty, heartfelt comedy, writer-director Andrew Wagner puts a Freudian
twist on the American road movie: He cast his own parents as Upper West Side
retirees who drive cross-country with their real-life daughters, Maggie and
Emily, en route to visit their reclusive screenwriter son, Andrew. Faux
documentary, home movie or unexpurgated family therapy? All three, actually,
with a lot of the fun not knowing how much of their screwball dynamic is
exaggerated and how much was simply caught on the fly.