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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE NARRATIVE

KEEPING UP WITH THE STEINS

TFF 2006
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE KEEPING UP WITH THE STEINS [TFF 2006]

After his best friend's bar mitzvah complete with ice sculptures and a rap version of "Hava Nagila," Zachary discovers his father (Jeremy Piven) is planning to out-bar mitzvah his friend's father by throwing Zachary's rite of passage at Dodger Stadium. But all of this just spells stress for Benjamin, who secretly laments over his pending adulthood and Torah memorizations, all while nursing a preteen crush on the pretty blonde in his Hebrew school. So he hatches a plan to sabotage his own bar mitzvah by inviting his estranged, skinny-dipping hippie grandfather (Garry Marshall) to the event. What begins as chaotic staging for a hostile family reunion quickly turns into a touching family comedy that anyone can relate to. (Ages 12+)

Interests
Comedy

After his best friend's bar mitzvah complete with ice sculptures and a rap version of "Hava Nagila," Zachary discovers his father (Jeremy Piven) is planning to out-bar mitzvah his friend's father by throwing Zachary's rite of passage at Dodger Stadium. But all of this just spells stress for Benjamin, who secretly laments over his pending adulthood and Torah memorizations, all while nursing a preteen crush on the pretty blonde in his Hebrew school. So he hatches a plan to sabotage his own bar mitzvah by inviting his estranged, skinny-dipping hippie grandfather (Garry Marshall) to the event. What begins as chaotic staging for a hostile family reunion quickly turns into a touching family comedy that anyone can relate to. (Ages 12+)

Film Information
Year: 2006
Length: 85 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
About the Director(s)

Scott Marshall began making films in his backyard at the age of eight. These highly realistic Super-8 war movies included firecrackers for explosions and tomato juice for blood. He then studied film at Northwestern University and received an M.A. in Directing from the American Film Institute. As a music video director, he created videos for Smash Mouth and Guided by Voices. He went on be a second unit director for Raising Helen and The Princess Diaries II. Marshall makes his feature directorial debut with Keeping Up With the Steins.

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