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The Trouble With Bliss

Rating:PG-13 (for sexual content, partial nudity and a brief violent image)
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:March 23, 2012
Running time:97 minutes
Cast:Michael C. Hall, Brie Larson, Lucy Liu, Peter Fonda, Chris Messina
Director:Michael Knowles
Producer:John Ramos, John Will
Writer:Douglas Light, Michael Knowles
Distributor:7A Productions/Variance Films

Description: 35-year-old Morris Bliss is clamped firmly in the jaws of New York City inertia- no money, no job prospects, and sharing an apartment with his father, who treats him with disdain. When he finds himself juggling a bizarre relationship with the sexually precocious 18-year-old daughter of a former classmate and the advances of his very forward neighbor, Morris begins to realize that even though his life is unraveling, it's also opening up in ways that are long overdue.

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