1979 | 99 min | NOT-RATED
Albert Brooks, known for his outrageous short films for TV's original Saturday Night Live, has brought his special brand of madness to the screen. In his directorial debut. Brooks presents a hilarious account of what happens to a typical American family when a group of filmmakers moves in with them to record "real life." Brooks heads up the crew that invades the Phoenix household of Charles Grodin, Frances Lee McCain and their children. The results are disastrous...and hysterically funny.