Say Uncle (film)
|Directed by||Peter Paige|
|Produced by||Christopher Racster
|Written by||Peter Paige|
|Distributed by||TLA Releasing|
July 10, 2005
|Running time||90 minutes|
Say Uncle is an independently produced black comedy film written by, directed by, and starring Peter Paige.
Paul's best friend Russell (Anthony Clark) tries to warn him what people might think if they see him hanging around their kids, but Paul doesn't quite see it that way.
New York Times reviewer Jeannette Catsoulis notes that the film's R rating is based on "two boys kissing, one naked-toddler photograph, some naughty words and a lot of bad art", although the MPAA's rating reads simply "Rated R for some language".
- Peter Paige as Paul Johnson
- Kathy Najimy as Maggie Butler
- Anthony Clark as Russell Trotter
- Melanie Lynskey as Susan
- Gabrielle Union as Elise Carter
- Lisa Edelstein as Sarah Faber
- Jim Ortlieb as David Berman
- Official website
- Say Uncle at the Internet Movie Database
- Say Uncle, an Adult With an Unhealthy Attachment to the Playground, New York Times
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