INFINITY BABY, Bob Byington’s pointed and droll dissection of contemporary life and relationships, involves babies that don't age, emotionally stunted men, and a unique technique for breaking up with unwanted girlfriends.
Bob Byington
Kieran Culkin Trieste Kelly Dunn Nick Offerman Martin Starr Megan Mullally Noël Wells Kevin Corrigan
NR 1 hour, 27 minutes

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INFINITY BABY

by Bob Byington

INFINITY BABY, Bob Byington’s pointed and droll dissection of contemporary life and relationships, involves babies that don't age, emotionally stunted men, and a unique technique for breaking up with unwanted girlfriends.

Synopsis

Director Bob Byington will appear at the 7:30 p.m. opening night screening of INFINITY BABY on Friday, September 22 for a Q+A session with the audience.

Infinity Baby
, Bob Byington’s pointed and droll dissection of contemporary life and relationships, involves babies that don't age, emotionally stunted men, and a unique technique for breaking up with unwanted girlfriends.  Owing to a genetic mix-up involving stem cell research, the recently founded Infinity Baby, run by the garrulous Neo (Nick Offerman), is able to offer a service for aspiring parents who never want to leave the baby bubble — infants that do not age. 

Ben (Kieran Culkin), a serial monogamist who says he wants to find the right woman but is always looking for the next one, and his half-competent pals Larry (Kevin Corrigan) and Malcolm (Martin Starr), are hired to market the service to those keen to nurture. While Ben swipes through his smart phone looking for the next partner, Malcolm and Larry consider taking on the maintenance of one of the timeless toddlers. 

Infinity Baby is another funny voyage into absurdsville from director Bob Byington. Ostensibly about the scientific “innovation” of a breed of babies that never age, the satirical premise allows Byington to cleverly  explore the frequently dysfunctional dynamics of dating, parenting, corporate shenanigans, consumerism, and work relationships. Does having a baby automatically confer some level of maturity? Will Ben’s mom, the sarcastic and demanding Hester (Megan Mullally), approve of Ben’s new girlfriend (Trieste Dunn)? Will Malcolm recover from a disastrous accident with kitchen cleaner? The answers to these questions and more await in Byington’s heady and hilarious potpourri.


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With

Kieran Culkin, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Nick Offerman, Martin Starr, Megan Mullally, Noël Wells, Kevin Corrigan

Director

Bob Byington

Run time

1 hour, 27 minutes

Distributed by

Happyness Films LLC

Country

United States

Hearing Assistance

Assisted Listening Devices Available

Showing

Sep 22 through Sep 28

Showtimes for the upcoming week are published on Tuesdays. Please check back for additional times as they are added.

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Reviews

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Matt Shiverdecker Austin American Statesman

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