An unflinching look at conjugal rift … could seriously resonate with middle-aged moviegoers — especially women — starved for smart, personal stories.” –Variety

To most of the world, Howard Wakefield (Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston), a New York City lawyer, disappears one day, without a trace. But he is in hiding, in the attic of his home, spying on his lovely, devoted wife (Jennifer Garner) and ruminating on the meaning of life. Oscar-nominated screenwriter Robin Swicord adapts E.L. Doctorow’s short story into a tour-de-force exploration of suburban malaise and male ineptitude, anchored by a legendary performance by Cranston. (U.S., 2016, XXm)

Starts May 26