Paul Schneider Stars in Ensemble 'Goodbye to All That' First Trailer

November 5, 2014
Source: Yahoo

Goodbye to All That

As far as underrated actors go, Paul Schneider certainly ranks up there. With understated roles in films like Away We Go, Lars and the Real Girl, Elizabethtown and a two season role on "Parks & Recreation," he's proven to be a likeable everyman. Now he's back with a new indie ensemble drama called Goodbye to All That, a drama that marks the directorial debut of Junebug screenwriter Angus MacLachlan. The film follows a domesticated father and husband whose life is thrown into upheaval when his wife wants a divorce. Cue the struggle of being single again and trying to date. But this looks genuine and honest. Watch!

Here's the first trailer for Angus MacLachlan's Goodbye to All That, originally from Yahoo:

Goodbye to All That is written and directed by Angus MacLachlan (writer of Junebug) Otto Wall (Paul Schneider of All the Real Girls, Away We Go) is your typical suburban husband and father, domesticated into a state of placidity. When his wife (Melanie Lynskey of Up in the Air) pulls the rug out from underneath him and announces she is filing for divorce, Otto is thrust into the uncharted territory of single fatherhood and – even more frightening – getting back into the rather unpredictable dating pool. The film also also starring Heather Graham, Anna Camp & Amy Sedaris hits VOD and limited theaters on December 17th.

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This guy got snubbed so hard on PARKS AND RECREATION. He just was gone. Really no explanation. Just poof, gone. This looks alright.

DAVIDPD on Nov 5, 2014


Wrong. So wrong. They gave a very clear explanation at the end of season 2, they lead up to it for a few episodes until the finale when he CLEARLY articulated his reasons for leaving. Watch it again.

davidshaw on Nov 5, 2014


Chill brother. I guess I missed something.

DAVIDPD on Nov 6, 2014


He was on the first TWO seasons of Parks and Rec. I saw him at Sundance in 2008. Funny guy.

davidshaw on Nov 5, 2014


I like it. Despite the fact that some crazy feminists might freak out about it...

shiboleth on Nov 6, 2014

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