A pharmacist is disappointed in his marriage and life with a problematic child who often gets into trouble at school.
Everything changes the day a relationship with a married woman begins.
She convinces him to use his work to found all kinds of drugs make them himself when needed.
A relationship makes both of them happy until the lover tries to convince him to kill her husband.
Funny cross-section of unhappy middle-class life, dotted with non-trivial characters and an interesting story.
Sam Rockwell is a really great protagonist, an enjoyable mix of funny/smart and weak/insecure temperament.
The son played by Harrison Holzer is also amusing and more profound and interesting than he seems at the beginning.
Geoff Moore and David Posamentier direct and write a good comedy/romance with a tasty pinch of drugs/crime.
In conclusion a good movie to be seen at any time and with any company.