Happy Tears in Theaters February 19, 2010

At theaters in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties

Distributor: Roadside Attractions | Rated: R | Running Time: 90 minutes

Written & directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein (Teeth), Happy Tears was inspired by a painting his father, Roy Lichtenstein created.  In the film, Jayne (Parker Posey) and Laura (Demi Moore) are about to take on the first man they just might not be able to handle: their seventy something-year-old father Joe (Rip Torn).

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