I have to admit that I found this rather unusual film tremendously difficult to watch. Directed by Andrew Wagner, its about a family named Wagner who drives from New York to Los Angeles in search of their son, Andrew. Andrews parents are dysfunctional in at least three senses of the word, and his middle-age sisters add to the horror by openly discussing their sex lives and indulging in dime-store spirituality. While all this could be funny, its instead sort of horrifying. Casting his real-life family in the roles of his real-life family, Wagner may have erred in that his father has a severe speech impediment which makes about 40 percent of his dialogue unintelligible. And the fighting and squealing that occurs between Mom and her grown daughters makes nails on a blackboard seem like sweet lullabies by Chopin. Further, its shot on digital video, which I appreciate as a low-cost format, but it always looks horrible. If youre in the mood for something unlike any movie youve ever seen, this might be your ticket. But if youre not in the mood for something resembling the most cringe-inducing home video youve ever seen, Id pass.