Catherine O’Hara and Jane Lynch Talk A.C.O.D., Their Favorite and Least Favorite Qualities in a Director, Changes to the Film after Sundance, and More

Award-winning actresses Jane Lynch and Catherine O’Hara light up the screen in Stu Zicherman’s entertaining comedy A.C.O.D. directed from a screenplay co-written with Ben Karlin.  Carter (Adam Scott), a successful, happily-adjusted Adult Child of Divorce, suddenly finds himself in crisis mode reliving his dysfunctional childhood all over again when his younger brother Trey (Clark Duke) announces he’s getting married.  Carter’s attempts to reunite his bitterly divorced parents (Richard Jenkins and Catherine O’Hara) and their new spouses (Amy Poehler and Ken Howard) for the wedding and his ill-conceived visit to his kooky former therapist (Jane Lynch) have unintended consequences.



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