Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)

“Jeff, Who Lives at Home” is a comedy-drama film released in 2011. The film is directed by Jay and Mark Duplass and stars Jason Segel, Ed Helms, and Susan Sarandon.

The story follows Jeff, a slacker in his 30s who still lives in his mother’s basement. Jeff is convinced that everything in life happens for a reason and becomes fixated on the idea that he is meant to do something important with his life. One day, he receives a wrong-number phone call asking for someone named Kevin. Jeff takes this as a sign and embarks on a quest to find out who Kevin is and what he needs.

Meanwhile, Jeff’s older brother, Pat, is dealing with marital problems and enlists Jeff’s help in spying on his wife. Their mother, Sharon, is also having her own existential crisis and seeks out a secret admirer who has been sending her romantic messages.

As the day progresses, the three characters’ paths intersect and they find themselves facing unexpected challenges and revelations about themselves and their relationships.

The film received positive reviews for its performances and poignant themes about family, destiny, and self-discovery.

Duration: 83 min.

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