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"...Reviving the lost art of the cinematic sex farce...Khoury lines the film with explosively funny, ribald moments, sneaking in underneath a deceptively considerate study of relationship needs at different ages."
- Stephen Saito, The Moveable Fest
"...Khoury deserves props for defying rom-com conventions more often than he succumbs to them."
- Michael Rechtshaffen, Los Angeles Times
"As Anne Bancroft was indelible in The Graduate, Connie Nielsen nails this one."
- Stuart Lee, WNYN-TV
"...a feel-good movie that has a few trip wires of meaning that most will appreciate."
- Carole Di Tosti, BlogCritics
"Boomers may see All Relative as a Millennials' re-interpretation of the moral dilemma of Dustin Hoffman's Benjamin in The Graduate, but this clever update reverses the value system to reveal that self-centeredness can be seen as a post-modernist virtue."
- Tony Zaza, The Roving Eye
"The film works brilliantly, it is very well written and very well acted, and Connie Nielsen gives a magnetic performance."
Knight, Fred Film Radio
A [film with a] likable cast, and Nielsen gave the movie some gravitas in a twist in the Mrs. Robinson role."
- Adam Schartoff, Film wax
"...the ultimate in twisted coincidences. I really, truly loved it!"
- Stefanie Pearl, HappyHudsonValley.com
SYNOPSISWhen Harry (Jonathan Sadowski), a graduate student in New York City, meets Grace (Sara Paxton), he immediately falls for her. With the help of some dating tips from a seductive divorcee (Connie Nielsen), Harry successfully courts Grace. But when he's introduced to her parents, a shared secret turns his world into a living nightmare. Forced to survive a weekend riddled with tension and socially awkward moments, the bonds of both couples are tested to their breaking point in this wildly engaging mix of comedy and drama.