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A gay artist and telemarketer with a special knack for getting along well with children discovers just how closed-minded the suburbs can be when he attempts to find happiness after losing his godson in writer/director [[Performer~P302699~Peter Paige~peterpaige]]'s affectionate, not-so-black comedy. Paul Johnson ([[Performer~P302699~Paige~peterpaige]]) is a Portland-based artist and telemarketer who loves nothing more in life than the time spent with his two-year-old godson, Morgan. Upon learning that his best friends the Fabers are moving to Japan and taking their son Morgan with them, Paul wallows in a state of deep denial that ultimately results in him missing the Fabers' departing flight. Encouraged by his good friend Russell ([[Performer~P13323~Anthony Clark~anthonyclark]]) to get out of his house and spend more time with others, Paul soon ventures out to a local playground, where he finds comfort and joy in the youthful exuberance that surrounds him. When it comes to the concept of a grown homosexual spending time with young children, not everyone in the suburbs can be so accepting, though, and as Paul attempts to find ways of keeping himself surrounded by his pint-sized pals, nosy neighbor and disapproving mother Maggie Butler ([[Performer~P51753~Kathy Najimy~kathynajimy]]) rallies a ready army of angry soccer moms to take action and keep Paul away from the local children. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:June 23, 2006

Crew

Peter Paige
Director
Peter Paige
Producer
Christopher Racster
Producer
Peter Paige
Screenwriter
David A. Makin
Cinematographer
Kurt Swinghammer
Composer (Music Score)
Michael Perlmutter
Musical Direction/Supervision
Wendy Hallam Martin
Editor
Damon Sullivan
Production Designer
Damon Sullivan
Art Director
Laura Rumbel
Art Director
Michael C. Cuddy
Co-producer
Richard Roll
Co-producer
Steven Buss
Executive Producer
Martha Hines
Costume Designer
Joyce Kim Lee
Costume Designer
Jim Baer
Sound/Sound Designer
Paul Silver
First Assistant Director
Eyde Belasco
Casting
Eric Morris
Co-Executive Producer
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