Bob Balaban's dark comic horror about a young boy suspecting his suburban parents to be cannibals
Whimsical comedy co-written by Gelbart and Reiner. Dr Gerald Boyer (Garner) is a successful gynaecologist married to the lovely Beverley (Day), who takes her wifely duties very seriously indeed. When, after waxing lyrical at a dinner party about the glories of soap powder, she's given a job promoting the darn stuff, hubby gets the hump.
Not exactly the most biting satire on gender roles/the power of advertising, but mildy amusing all the same.
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