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    Obvious Child

    ‘Obvious Child’ is a small-scale but winning comedy from writer-director Gillian Robespierre and leading lady Jenny Slate.

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    Laughing At Your Own Pain is Brilliantly Hilarious in ‘Obvious Child'

    Charmingly obscene and hilarious, "Obvious Child" is the most intelligent, female empowering, comedy of the year.

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    Watch: Jenny Slate is a Drunk Dialing Goddess in This Hilarious Clip from 'Obvious Child'

    Stand-up queen and actress Jenny Slate stars in 'Obvious Child,' a comedy-drama film that will be in select theaters tomorrow. In preparation for the film's release, A24 released a clip of the funny woman leaving a bunch of drunk voicemails that grow more and more inappropriate as the night goes on.

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    The Indiewire Springboard: 'Obvious Child' Breakout Jake Lacy Might Look Like an Accountant, But Don't Let That Fool You

    Those who watched NBC's "The Office" are already no doubt familiar with fresh faced actor Jake Lacy, who starred as customer service rep Pete Miller. With that show now off the air, Lacy is now busy proving himself as a big screen player, and he's off to a great start.

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    Tribeca Video: The 'Intramural' Crew Tell You How to Succeed In the Movie Business

    Indiewire's Nigel M. Smith spoke with the funny guys behind "Intramural," a sports comedy film playing at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. The conversation is part of the "Meet the Filmmaker Series," for this year's Tribeca films.

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