How to Break Up with Your Mother



Lawrence Zoeller
Michael SatowCassandra ParasGloria Rosen
This dark comedy centers on a young, emasculated male named Fred who must choose between his charming and gorgeous girlfriend Jenell and his matriarchal and overbearing mother. Fred and Jenell are a loving couple living in New York City with their dog. Life couldn't be happier except for one thing; Fred's mother constantly interrupting their lives! After a series of unfortunate incidents, Jenell gives Fred an ultimatum to break up with his mother. As Fred tries to gently distance himself from his mother, he quickly learns that she is not willing to give up without a fight. So the troubled couple decide to take matters into their own hands and do whatever it takes for the two of them to live happily ever after.
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