Imogene cannot seem to move on from her unsuccessful career as a playwright in New York and her destroyed relationship with a former boyfriend. Dreaming of the past and what could've been, she goes into meltdown and wakes up in the bed of a psychiatric unit with a doctor informing her that she must either stay in hospital or be cared for by a close relative. She is ultimately forced to go back to her hometown in New Jersey to be with her wayward mother who has never had the ability to take care of her properly as a child let alone as an adult. However, when she gets home, she discovers that her mother is living with an eccentric compulsive liar and has rented out Imogene's bedroom to a young man, who happens to be rather charming. She soon learns that in order to get better and be able to stand on her own two feet again, she must accept her family as it is and forgive her mother for her past struggles.
This heart-warming comedy underlines the importance of family throughout our lives, even when we think we are old enough to look after ourselves. It has been directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini ('The Extra Man', 'The Nanny Diaries') with a screenplay by Michelle Morgan ('Middle of Nowhere', 'Two Wrongs') and it is set to hit theatres on July 26th 2013.