Cast: Naian Gonzalez Norvind, Keisha Zollar, Christian Patrick, Rodney Richardson, Rebecca Brooksher, Mark Blane, Peter Y. Kim, Donna Mitchell, Matthew Shear, Blake DeLong, Jeanine Serralles, Zachary Booth, Lucy DeVito, Patricia Richardson
**Writer/director and star Mark Blane is scheduled to attend.**
Scruffy 26-year-old man baby Mark (played by writer-director Blane) arrives in Brooklyn from the Midwest ostensibly to start the art gallery job of his dreams – but that’s just a ruse to escape his stifling Midwest upbringing and his overbearing mother (Patricia Richardson in a hilarious cameo). The gallery job doesn’t exist but pushy, money demanding roommates do and so Mark hits the pavement in search of employment. Improbably, this antisocial man-child ends up becoming the nanny for a precocious six year-old boy named Milo. At the same time, he conjures up (from a psychedelic cupcake) an imaginary playmate of his own: a buff superhero named Leather-Man (Christian Patrick of INTERIOR. LEATHER BAR and Kink.com fame). Blane artfully strikes a balance between Mark’s innocence and sexy, darker compulsions. A black comedy with surprising heart, Blane’s debut heralds the arrival of a fresh talent.