"OBVIOUS CHILD reminds us that the best humor is honest...it may eventually rank among the most important comedies ever." - James Hamblin, The Atlantic
"One of the most startlingly honest romantic comedies to appear onscreen in years." - Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
"Hilarious and infectiously spirited...It feels revolutionary because it is." - Emma Gray, Huffington Post
"...wildly funny and exceptionally raw and honest." - Andrea Cuttler, Vanity Fair
"Obvious takeaway — Jenny Slate is a star." - Ty Burr, Boston Globe
Donna Stern is a 27-year-old Brooklyn comedian whose unapologetically lewd, warmhearted wit is pretty irresistible with audiences. When she gets heartlessly "dumped up with" by her two-timing boyfriend, Donna plunges into some light stalking and heavy moping. Hitting a serious low point, she performs a dreary set of break-up vengeance and Holocaust jokes and drunkenly falls into bed with a nice young professional named Max—not remotely her type. A few weeks later, condoms be damned, she's pregnant. Now Donna, incapable of telling anything but the naked truth when she's on stage, will resort to any means to avoid telling Max the score. As her date with Planned Parenthood draws near, she must confront her doubts and fears like never before. A breakout hit of this year's Sundance Film Festival.