CAST & CREW
Plot: Devastated by the gradual loss of her family members, Patricia conceives Henry through in vitro fertilization. He is raised by Patricia with the help of her father, Stan. Henry grows up as a child prodigy, learning to talk at 9 months and has a precise photographic memory dating back to his childhood. He is intelligent and well-spoken, these qualities make him very unpopular at school.
Getting restless with his life, Henry sets out to find his father. This quest is occasionally aided by Stan. Meanwhile, Henry gets a scholarship at college after he attempts a college entrance test. During the search for his father, Henry meets a young girl named Audrey. She herself has a history to talk about! Her father, Dr. Slavkin O’Hara raises as her an experiment to determine how gender is genetically based. She gets teased around by her classmates as a lesbian. Henry and Audrey quickly become friends. And through Audrey, Henry learns that her father could be his biological father as he is known to have donated sperm in the past. The mingling of these four leaves the viewers laughing their guts out. Each character can relate to the real world, and the rest of the movie is about how these characters struggle to fit in with the world outside. Each deals with their life in a different way; the two parents struggle to raise their children, and the two children deal with fitting in properly. Once they meet, the lives that were used is jumbled up and left to the wind. It a very entertaining movie to watch and is part in depth where a meticulous family looks towards trying to fit-in.
Verdict: Apart from a few boring jokes, the movie is well worth a watch!
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