Dada Films has acquired "Excuse Me For Living," a romantic comedy starring Christopher Lloyd, Jerry Stiller and Wayne Knight. The film will open October 12 theatrically with a day and date VOD platform release. Osiris Entertainment will release the film on DVD.
Here's the official synopsis courtesy of Dada Films:
"Excuse Me For Living" is the story of Dan Topler (Pelphrey), a rich, smart, suicidal twenty-something who dropped out of medical school to pursue his own drug habit. Well provided for and a bit coddled, he refuses to grow up or get happy. After a suicide attempt on the George Washington Bridge lands him in an upscale rehabilitation clinic, Dr. Jacob Bernstein (Vaughn) takes him under his wing. The doctor issues these commands: obey the no-drugs rules, and join the geriatric temple men’s group he leads — or face incarceration.
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