In Josh Radnor's screenwriting and directorial debut, a creatively blocked writer (Radnor), an Alopecia-afflicted self-sabotager (Malin Akerman from Watchmen), and a couple (Zoe Kazan from It's Complicated and Pablo Schreiber from "The Wire") torn between two coasts learn to accept what they have in order to appreciate what they could have. It's as much a lesson in gratitude as it is a lesson in growing up.
For his first film, Radnor did a great job of capturing this stalled generation and New York's culture, evenly balancing comedy and drama. I liked it even better than Garden State. So if you're having your own self-doubts and you see your life spinning as others jet past you, you'll find comfort in these equally lost characters.