In The Trouble With Bliss, Michael C. Hall plays a clueless 35-year-old unemployed man who can’t decide whether he’s waiting for his life to begin or end. He kills time at home in New York City where he lives with his increasingly exasperated dad (Peter Fonda), and his only excitement is a creepy sexual fling with a high school student (Brie Larson) who picked him up in a record store. A cast of colorful characters eventually lures him out of his malaise, but in this exclusive clip, he reluctantly explains the significance of each pathetic tack on the world map hanging on his adolescent bedroom wall. Take a peek.
Cute, right? It’s a kinder, gentler Greenberg. Here’s a trailer:
The Trouble With Bliss opens in New York and on Video OnDemand March 23.