Shiva Baby 77 mins

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At a Jewish funeral service with her parents, a college student runs into her sugar daddy.

“A playful, brilliantly anxious, sex-positive coming-of-age set inside a tight-knit Jewish community.” - Variety

This sharp-witted dark comedy from first-time feature writer/director Emma Seligman is a quirky yet sensitive exploration of the pressure young people face today.

A near college graduate, Danielle, gets paid by her sugar daddy and rushes to meet her neurotic parents at a family shiva. Upon arrival, she is accosted by various estranged relatives about her appearance and lack of post-grad plans, while her confident ex-girlfriend, Maya, is applauded by everyone for getting into law school.

Danielle's day takes an unexpected turn when her sugar daddy, Max, arrives at the shiva with his accomplished wife, Kim, and a crying baby. As the day unfolds, Danielle struggles to keep up different versions of herself, fend off pressures from her family and confront her insecurities without completely losing it.

"Claustrophobic Jewish humour with a sexy premise." - Indiewire

"An instant coming-of-age classic." - Refinery 29

"Gets funnier with every new complication." - The A.V.Club

"A savagely smart comedy." - The Playlist

"Exquisitely realised." - Slash Film

"Thrilling." - Variety

Shiva Baby is the most humid movie you’ve ever seen.
Vulture
The potential land mines of a young woman’s life are set to explode simultaneously in this tense comedy from Emma Seligman.
The NY Times