|June 21, 2018||7:00 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
On the day of a father's unexpected death, six family members each seek ways to manage their grief. In the face of his sudden absence, the ordinary takes on heightened meaning.
An animator bemoans the dinosaur debacle in her latest project, oblivious to the super-human feats of her altruistic mother.
A father and son both have the same big birthmark on their butts. Believing that the two birthmarks are connected, the son scrubs at his father's birthmark, but he can't get rid of it.
An estranged, gay Indian-American man must return to his small hometown when his father dies suddenly.
A young woman goes with her mother for a routine, but TMI, medical checkup.
At a family dinner, Omer's ego takes a few blows. One uncle forgets his name. No one reacts to his poems, and all the sympathy goes to his singer/celebrity cousin who got a bad review...
|Running Time:||85 minutes|