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A family of socially awkward people are getting together for the holidays in a house that feels weird to them in its obsessive perfection. Directed by Chris Kasick, written by Mike Demski and executive produced by Errol Morris, “Uncle Nick” stars Brian Posehn, Scott Adsit, Missi Pyle and Paget Brewster and promises one uncomfortable anti-Christmas movie.
The official synopsis reads: “Lewd, drunken Uncle Nick stumbles his way through his brother’s cookie cutter-family’s annual Christmas gathering in the hopes of scoring with a super-hot party guest. But the arrival of his equally crass sister coupled with Nick’s liquor-fueled faux pas cause family secrets to bubble to the surface that might spell disaster for the whole clan before the night is over.”
The film hits theaters nationwide December 4. Check out the uncomfortable trailer above.
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