|  Book Tickets: 02/07/2010
  |  Buy to Own: 23/08/2010
  |  Watch Now: 01/10/2010
  |  95 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


Indie comedy drama set in Long Island in the late 1970s. A semi-autobiographical coming-of-age tale written by brothers Derek and Steve Martini, the film focuses on two dysfunctional families, the Bartletts and the Braggs. The parents - Mickey and Brenda Bartlett (Alec Baldwin and Jill Hennessy) and Charlie and Melissa Bragg (Timothy Hutton and Cynthia Nixon) - are proving to be woefully inadequate role models for their children: Scott and Jimmy Bartlett (Rory and Kieran Culkin) and Adrianna Bragg (Emma Roberts). As Scott and Adrianna begin to discover the awkward joys of young love, their parents find themselves in an American dream-turned-nightmare as infidelity, family tensions and an outbreak of Lyme disease threaten to shatter the uneasy quiet of their affluent suburban neighbourhood.

Contains strong language, violence, sex and soft drug use
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