The Let's Be Friends Double Feature: Management/Numb [DVD]
- SKU: 24296146
- Release Date: 04/01/2014
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- Audio Commentary featuring Steve Zahn and Director Stephen Belber
- Deleted scenes and Gag reel
- "Numb: An inside look" featuring video interviews with actors Matthew Perry, Lynn Collins, Mary Steenburgen, Kevin Pollak, Writer/Director Harris Goldberg
- Commentary with Director Harris Goldberg
A man who is suddenly without feelings is motivated by a love he isn't quite sure is there in this offbeat independent comedy. Hudson (Matthew Perry) is a screenwriter who has enjoyed a modest success in Hollywood, but one day he suddenly and inexplicably sinks into a strange funk -- he feels strangely removed from the world around him, as if reality has slipped away and he can't physically or emotionally feel his surroundings. Hudson's writing partner Tom (Kevin Pollock) is more than a bit disturbed by the sudden change in Hudson's demeanor, and on his advice he begins seeing the first of several psychiatrists, most of whom prescribe a dizzying variety of drugs, except for Dr. Blaine (Mary Steenburgen), who is turned on by Hudson's condition and ends up having an affair with him. As Hudson seems to be running out of ways to reconnect with himself, he meets Sarah (Lynn Collins), a beautiful woman who is quite taken with him and decides to introduce him to as many positive and compelling experiences as possible. The first feature-length directorial project for screenwriter Harris Goldberg, Numb received its North American premiere at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
After a one-night fling, a motel manager (Steve Zahn) impulsively follows a small-time art dealer (Jennifer Aniston) across the country in this romantic comedy from playwright-turned-director Stephen Belber. Woody Harrelson co-stars as Aniston's wealthy boyfriend in the MGM production. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Matthew Perry - Hudson Milbank
- Lynn Collins - Sarah
- Kevin Pollak - Tom
- Mary Steenburgen - Dr. Blaine
- Bob Gunton - Dr. Townsend