The Family Tree

With The Family Tree, director Vivi Friedman and screenwriter Mark Lisson are aiming for a cynical comedy about the absence of life’s meaning for suburbanites, but their overly cutesy tone keeps the film from having the dramatic punch they want during the film’s closing minutes. The Burnetts are a prototypical version of a dysfunctional family living...read more

The Family Tree - Trailer 1
02:27 — A hilarious, touching, and offbeat comedy which explores the frailties and complexities of the contemporary American family and what it takes to survi (more…)
The Family Tree - Clip
01:11 — A hilarious, touching, and offbeat comedy which explores the frailties and complexities of the contemporary American family and what it takes to survi (more…)
The Family Tree - Red Band Trailer
01:59 — A hilarious, touching, and offbeat comedy which explores the frailties and complexities of the contemporary American family and what it takes to survi (more…)
The Family Tree - Trailer
02:28 — Life in suburban Serenity, Ohio is never quite as serene as it appears. The dysfunctional Burnett family Bunnie (Hope Davis), Jack (Dermot Mulroney) (more…)
The Family Tree
02:56 — Life in suburban Serenity, Ohio is never quite as serene as it appears. The dysfunctional Burnett family Bunnie (Hope Davis), Jack (Dermot Mulroney) (more…)
The Family Tree - Official Trailer
00:30 — Life in suburban Serenity, Ohio is never quite as serene as it appears. The dysfunctional Burnett family Bunnie (Hope Davis), Jack (Dermot Mulroney) (more…)
The Family Tree
In THE FAMILY TREE, life in suburban Serenity, Ohio is never quite as serene as it appears. The dysfunctional Burnett family - Bunnie (Hope Davis), Ja (more…)

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  • Released: 2011
  • Review: With The Family Tree, director Vivi Friedman and screenwriter Mark Lisson are aiming for a cynical comedy about the absence of life’s meaning for suburbanites, but their overly cutesy tone keeps the film from having the dramatic punch they want during the… (more)

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