Ned (Liev Schreiber) is having a hard time at home. The arrival of his sick father-in-law (Brian Dennehy) is straining his marriage to Jeannie (Helen Hunt), and he's still getting used to raising an independent teenager (Ezra Miller, TFF '09 Audience Award Winner City Island). He's having a hard time at work too. His job writing for a scandalous TV show headed by a shock-obsessed producer (Eddie Izzard) is unfulfilling, and late-night rewrites with a sexy coworker (Carla Gugino) are only complicating matters….
An eloquent comic drama about an ordinary family dealing with life's little curveballs, Every Day is the feature writing/directing debut of Nip/Tuck producer/writer Richard Levine. He treats his characters with a gentle hand, drawing them with vulnerabilities that such fine actors can make sing. The ensemble cast brings a familial genuineness to their roles. Schreiber and Hunt unpack Ned and Jeannie's conflicted relationship with a natural ease. Every Day is a relatable modern family story that shows the ups and downs of family life, but that there's always another day.